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The Center for Decarbonizing Chemical Manufacturing
Using Sustainable Electrification



DC-MUSE convenes a diverse team of researchers and industry experts dedicated to decarbonizing the chemical industry via electrification. The world is transitioning towards clean energy, and chemical manufacturing has particular energy needs that aren’t being addressed by the ongoing transformations. DC-MUSE’s vision is to catalyze the decarbonization of the chemical industry by innovating chemical manufacturing processes powered by sustainable electricity grids.

DC-MUSE is grateful for the sponsorship of the Sloan Foundation and National Science Foundation.



Wanna help us electrify and decarbonize the chemical industry? DC-MUSE is hiring a managing director! Apply here 

Scientist in the Lab

Inventing the 
chemical manufacturing
technologies of tomorrow

Our decarbonization scientists and engineers are leading the way



All the decarbonization news from DC-MUSE partner institutions


Dec 8th, 2021

Elizabeth Biddinger and Karthish Manthiram were featured on a new report from C&EN on how chemistry can help decarbonize the economy of the future.

July 29, 2021

Andre Taylor, DC-MUSE director and an innovator in photovoltaics, rechargeable batteries, and space-age materials, discusses how the production of batteries complicates their role as a climate chance panacea, and his work that helps clean up their energy costs.

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Nov 30, 2020

A team at New York University's Tandon School of Engineering is playing a key role in forging a collaboration involving over a dozen US universities and national laboratories aimed at sparking — literally — a fundamental change in how the US chemical industry operates.



Get in touch with Center for Decarbonizing Chemical Manufacturing Using Sustainable Electrification (DC-MUSE) to learn more about our work and how you can get involved.

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