Our group’s research primarily focuses on the design and development of new materials and their hybrids to address current challenges associated with the energy crisis and environmental issues. The objective of this perspective is to delve into recent developments in emerging hybrid two-dimensional (2D) porous materials (H2DPMs), utilizing various 2D materials in conjunction with nanoporous materials through primary or secondary bonding interactions. We aim to highlight recent advances in synthesis strategies, characterization techniques, and the progress made in energy storage/conversion as well as environmental and industrial applications.

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