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2024
27 May 2024

5 Key Areas Metal-Organic Frameworks Can Help Decarbonize

According to IEA's 2023 update to its net zero roadmap, carbon capture technologies, more efficient space cooling equipment, and clean energy transitions are all cornerstones of achieving net zero by 2050 and limiting global warming to 1.5°C. Emerging technologies utilizing metal-organic framework (MOF) materials for carbon capture, refrigerant reclamation, direct lithium extraction, HVAC equipment, and various other chemical separations and purification processes can see the advent of disruptive next-generation technologies that are essential for industrial decarbonization.
20 May 2024

Chemical Recycling Technology Bringing Value to Plastic Waste

In a world where fossil fuels are increasingly being avoided, and the mounting problem of plastic waste management intensifies, a new approach to plastic waste has attracted much attention. Advanced recycling technologies such as chemical recycling and the dissolution of plastic waste aim to increase the circularity of the plastics economy.
13 May 2024

OXCCU

OXCCU (OxCCU Tech Ltd) is a UK-based start-up, spun out from the University of Oxford. The company has developed a proprietary catalyst able to convert captured CO₂ and hydrogen into hydrocarbons in the jet fuel range. IDTechEx spoke to OXCCU at Innovation Zero 2024 in London, UK.
25 Apr 2024

Metal-Organic Frameworks Market to Grow to US$685 Million by 2034

Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) are a class of materials with exceptionally high porosity and surface area (up to 7000m2/g). The design flexibility and structural versatility afforded by MOFs have attracted widespread interest in numerous applications, albeit with several unsuccessful attempts to commercialize the materials historically.
8 Apr 2024

Montana Technologies: MOF-Based AWH and HVAC Technology

Montana Technologies is a US-based company that has developed AirJoule, its MOF-based atmospheric water harvesting and heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) technology.
26 Mar 2024

Group14 Technologies

Group14 Technologies are a US-based company commercialising silicon-carbon composite anode material for Li-ion batteries.
8 Feb 2024

BASF: MOF Manufacturer

BASF is a German multinational chemical company and the largest chemical producer in the world. IDTechEx spoke to BASF to learn more about some of its metal-organic framework manufacturing capabilities.
26 Jan 2024

Svante: MOF-Based Carbon Capture

Svante is a Canadian developer of adsorption technologies for carbon dioxide capture and removal and is using MOF-based materials for its point source carbon capture solutions.
2023
14 Nov 2023

Technology Trends Driving Sustainable Polymers for a Circular Economy

Creating a circular economy is an essential sustainability target for governments, brands, materials suppliers, and the public. Key to pushing these sustainability efforts, which range from sustainability roadmaps developed by chemical and material companies to sustainable material usage targets adopted by brands, is the danger that growing global plastic consumption poses to the environment.
13 Oct 2023

White Biotechnology: Key Technology Trends Reshaping Its Growth

If biotechnology was a color spectrum, where different colors correspond to different application areas (i.e. medicine, agriculture, etc.), then what is white biotechnology? White biotechnology is the industrial production and processing of chemicals, materials, and energy using micro-organisms like bacteria and yeast.
21 Jul 2023

ESS Inc.

ESS Inc. is the leading developer and manufacturer of all-iron redox flow batteries (RFBs). The company is based in Oregon, US.
6 Jul 2023

Impossible Objects

Impossible Objects is an American 3D printer manufacturer developing CBAM (composite based additive manufacturing) technology. IDTechEx spoke with founder Robert Swartz about CBAM technology.
20 Jun 2023

Technip Energies (T.EN): Hydrogen

Technip Energies N.V. (T.EN) is a French engineering and technology company providing solutions for mainly the petrochemical, chemical and energy sectors. The company is a spin-off from TechnipFMC. This profile focuses on T.EN's offerings for the hydrogen sector.
15 Jun 2023

IBU-tec Advanced Materials AG

IBU-tec are a German thermal processes solutions and services provider, offering services related to material synthesis and characterisation, process trials, engineering services and tolling services. IBU-tec recently expanded to produce LFP cathodes for Li-ion batteries for direct sale.
2 Jun 2023

Methane Pyrolysis: Unlocking the Potential of Turquoise Hydrogen

In the rapidly evolving landscape of hydrogen, the global push for low-carbon hydrogen production is accelerating the exploration of sustainable, scalable, and economically viable technologies.
17 May 2023

How the 3D Printing Industry Emphasized Production at Rapid + TCT

RAPID + TCT is one of North America's biggest trade shows and conferences for the additive manufacturing (AM) industry. This year, IDTechEx attended and spoke at the show; they interviewed prominent players and observed industry trends.
12 May 2023

Aerogel Technologies

Aerogel Technologies are a company that specialise in polymer aerogels. IDTechEx spoke with Dr Stephen Steiner (CEO) and Justin Griffin (COO) to provide an update on the company.
17 Apr 2023

American Battery Technology Company

American Battery Technology Company (ABTC) is based in Nevada, US, and is focused on using lithium-ion battery recycling and battery metal extraction technologies to source critical battery materials.
12 Apr 2023

Autothermal Reforming: A Promising Technology for Blue Hydrogen

Blue hydrogen production is gaining traction, with announcements of large-scale projects, funding, and government support worldwide. According to IDTechEx's analysis, the blue hydrogen market will be worth US$34 billion by 2033. But which technology will drive most of this capacity and market growth?
28 Feb 2023

CLAP

CLAP is a Korean firm that produces polarizing optical films based on liquid crystals for OLED displays and organic TFT materials, utilizing IP originally developed by BASF. At CES 2023, CLAP introduced its OTFT-based sensors.