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Publication: 25 augustus 2023

Carleton University: member of Metalot communityCarleton University: member of Metalot community

The Energy and Particle Technology Lab at Carlton University (Canada) has joined the Metalot Community. The Canadian university's group led by Reza Kholghy is working on metal fuels. The university is working with GH Power to produce alumina (oxide) by oxidizing waste (e.g., cans) using steam. A process similar to SOLID's steam-iron process.

Philip de Goey: "As co-founder and president of Metalot, I am delighted with this new participation, a crucial step to spread metal fuel technology worldwide and accelerate the development of this key technology for the energy transition. I warmly welcome Reza Kholghy, PhD, P.Eng to the community. I wish him success in his great work and a fruitful collaboration."

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