Project: Research

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REWAISE will create a new “smart water ecosystem”, integrating an intelligent digital framework for decentralised water services and decision-making, involving all relevant stakeholders to embrace the true value of water, reducing freshwater and energy use, and recovering nutrients and materials. The results will be a carbon-free, sustainable hydrological cycle in line with the concept of a resilient circular economy.

Coventry University is developing highly-active and stable non-noble materials for use as anodes in anion exchange membrane ammonia electrolysers. In the electrolysers, the ammonia recovered from wastewater will be converted into benign nitrogen and valuable by-product hydrogen.
Effective start/end date1/09/20 → …


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