TEDx Seminar, Bermuda, October 2012 on the idea of solar fuels produced by thermochemical reactions:
Original powerpoint (without weird errors and with proper acknowledgement of images from the web) is available here.
press" article on our thermochemical approach to converting solar energy to chemical fuels which appeared in the Caltech publication E and S. While the article, authored one of the staff writers, focuses on transportation fuels, in reality the CO2 emitted by vehicles is difficult to collect. A sustainable scenario is one in which the fuel created by the thermochemical process is used to create electricity when the sun is not shining. The CO2 emitted from this point source can then be recycled when the sun is back.
Presentation to the East Coast Caltech Associates, Nov 14, 2007, "Fuel Cells for a Sustainable Energy Future."
A "popular press" article describing the philosophy and approaches of Caltech's Center for Sustainable Energy Research, which appeared in the Spring 2007 issue of the Caltech publication ENGenious.
College and Caltech Staff presentations of Sept 14 & 15, 2006 (a combination of the two presentations).
press" article on our solid
acid fuel cells which appeared in the Caltech publication
in-depth "popular press" article based on a Watson
Lecture delivered by Sossina Haile in January 29, 2003. The article
Rolls and Oreo Cookies" appeared in the Caltech publication
Engineering and Science.