‘Ground-breaking’ graphene and hydrogen tech installed at UAE university


A newly formed partnership between UAE-based Khalifa University and Zero Carbon Ventures has seen the installation of ‘cutting edge’ graphene and hydrogen production technology at the Khalifa University ‘Arzanah’ Complex at Sas Al Nakhl Campus.

Announced today (12th Jan), the deal represents an effort by both companies to bring carbon reduction technologies to the Middle East.

The agreement will see the partners working to develop local applications for carbon reduction LOOP technology developed by UK climate tech company, Levidian Nanosystems (Levidian).

As part of the project, the Research and Innovation Center for Graphene and 2D Materials (RIC-2D) at the University worked alongside Zero Carbon to erect a site for the carbon reducing technology at the Sas Al Nakhl (SAN) Campus.

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