Liquid Light Announces Issuance of Patent Covering Catalytic Carbon Dioxide Reduction Technology

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Liquid Light, Inc., (http://www.liquidlightinc.com), today announced the issuance of U.S. patent 8,313,634 covering technology for the catalytic conversion of carbon dioxide. Discovered in the Princeton University laboratory of Professor Andrew Bocarsly, and exclusively licensed to Liquid Light, the technology facilitates the conversion of carbon dioxide to industrially important chemicals.

Liquid Light, Inc., (http://www.liquidlightinc.com), today announced the issuance of U.S. patent 8,313,634 covering technology for the catalytic conversion of carbon dioxide. Discovered in the Princeton University laboratory of Professor Andrew Bocarsly, and exclusively licensed to Liquid Light, the technology facilitates the conversion of carbon dioxide to industrially important chemicals.

“This is an exciting time for Liquid Light.” said Kyle Teamey, company President and CEO. “The issuance of U.S. patent 8,313,634 marks a major development milestone. Working in collaboration with Professor Bocarsly and other leading scientists, we are actively building a broad technology platform for carbon dioxide utilization.”

About Liquid Light

Liquid Light is a privately held corporation developing new catalysts and processes for the efficient and affordable conversion of carbon dioxide to a wide variety of high value chemicals. Our patented catalytic platform uses energy from any clean source (e.g. solar, wind, hydroelectric, and nuclear) to electrochemically drive the process. Further information may be found at http://www.liquidlightinc.com.

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