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Photo of Sossina Haile and William Chueh next to the benchtop thermochemical reactor.

Sossina Haile and William Chueh next to the benchtop thermochemical reactor used to screen materials for implementation on the solar reactor.

Credit: California Institute of Technology


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Illustration of the ETH-Caltech solar reactor.

The ETH-Caltech solar reactor for producing H2 and CO from water and CO2 via the two-step thermochemical cycle with ceria.

Credit: California Institute of Technology


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Photo of the solar fuel reactor.

The ETH-Caltech solar fuel reactor uses concentrated heat from the sun to create fuel from H2 and CO2.

Credit: California Institute of Technology (Caltech) Jointly owned by California Institute of Technology and ETH Zurich


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