The team of Professor Adam Duong (DuongLab), of the Hydrogen Research Institute at the University of Quebec at Trois-Rivières, is specialized in the design of functional materials for the development of sustainable energy technologies. DuongLab invents advanced materials with the intention to produce molecular hydrogen, convert carbon dioxide into value-added products, store energy and separate gases. To do this, the team uses the strategies of supramolecular and reticular chemistry to build structures with adequate properties for the energy applications. This presentation covers the design, synthesis and characterization of photocatalysts and porous materials for H2 production, CO2 capture and its separation in binary mixtures and the electrical storage.