Our Mission

Our mission is to design and set up an environmentally friendly and cost-effective system that turns carbon dioxide into formic acid.

The Technology

We are developing a commercially viable, aqueous triple compartment electrolyzer, a chemical reactor using an electrical potential to drive the conversion of CO2 into formic acid. We have chosen this technique in order to reach the optimal conversion efficiency and cost-effectivity. With an eye on the ongoing energy transition, electricity seems to be the most sustainable future energy source.

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CE3 Subsidy

We received our very first subsidy! With the CE3 subsidy we will start building our proof of concept. Make sure to keep an eye out for it!


Meet the Team


Eileen Westerga

Mechanical Engineering


Cristian Arturo Garcia Lopez

Chemical Engineering and Chemistry


Luke van den Bosch

Applied Science Specialisation in Technology


Daan Spanjaards

Mechanical Engineering


Tobias Hilpert

Chemical Engineering and Chemistry


Luka Stam

Applied Physics


Eloy Overvelde

Applied Science

Materials Chemistry


Sjoerd Klomp

Applied Science Specialisation in Technology


We work with an incredible team of individuals, and are always looking to expand our student team.

Do you want to work in a team which strives to convert CO2 into formic acid using electrolysis in an environmentally friendly and financially interesting way? And do you think you have what it takes to work with us? Then we would love to hear from you! Check out our available vacancies to see if you are the right fit.

Excited about our team but not sure what to do yet? Feel free to contact us to see what opportunities we have for you.

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We’re happy to hear from you. Contact us to learn more about our student team.

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