Camion “mangeur” de CO₂

Written on July 27, 2020

François Maréchal présente le kit de capture du CO2 dans le Nouvelliste

Thanks to Sevan Pearson from the newspaper Le Nouvelliste for the article about the CO2 capture on trucks.

«Je vais faire le vide à la station-service.» Cette expression, a priori insensée, devrait devenir réalité dans quelques années pour certains conducteurs de camion. C’est en tout cas la conviction de François Maréchal, professeur d’ingénierie des systèmes énergétiques sur le site de l’EPFL de Sion, et de son équipe de recherche. Cinq personnes, assistées de quelques étudiants, développent une technologie qui permet de capturer le gaz carbonique (CO2) émis par les camions, de le stocker puis de le décharger dans les stations-service,…

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