The Swedish Consortium for Artificial Photosynthesis carries out research with the goal to produce fuel from solar energy and water. We bring together leading Swedish scientists with expertise spanning from molecular biology, biophysics and biochemistry to organometallic and physical chemistry. The vision is to develop novel routes for hydrogen production from solar energy and water.
The Consortium was started in 1994. Since then we have assembled the necessary expertise in an integrated research body, known as the Swedish Consortium for Artificial Photosynthesis.
On these pages we present our research strategy, and expertise. Our hope is to reach those who wish to know more about artificial photosynthesis and solar fuels, and to promote a scientific discussion about energy production in society today, and in the future.
This page was last updated August 2016