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Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology


Sustainable energy generation is important for the reduction of global atmospheric carbon emissions and the energy transition.

Peace’s research focuses on the process development of the electrochemical reduction of CO2, a very promising carbon recycling technology that enables the chemical storage of renewable energy and the conversion of CO2 to fuels and value-added chemical compounds.

Outside of her PhD, she explores the intersection of the science of energy sustainability and evidence-based policy making.



1. Cambridge County Council/CUSPE: Proposal for a Cambridgeshire Decarbonisation Fund to Support the Achievement of Net-Zero Cambridgeshire by 2050 (2021).

2. Liu, G. et al. Elucidating Reaction Pathways of the CO2 Electroreduction via Tailorable Tortuosities and Oxidation States of Cu Nanostructures. Adv. Funct. Mater. 2204993 (2022) doi:10.1002/ADFM.202204993.

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