Artificial Photosynthesis System As Efficient As Plants And Can Reduce CO2 Levels (VIDEO)




An Artificial Photosynthesis System developed by Panasonic could solve global warming and energy issues. Efficiency levels on a par with plants have been achieved, with CO2 being converted into useful organic substances. In the future, Panasonic hopes to operate artificial photosynthesis plants, which would absorb CO2 from factories and produce ethanol.


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