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    Founded in 2009, Carbon Engineering (CE) is a Canadian-based clean energy company focused on the deployment of Direct Air Capture (DAC) technology that captures carbon dioxide (CO₂) directly...
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    Climeworks is capturing CO2 from air with the world’s first commercial carbon removal technology. Our direct air capture plants remove CO2 from the atmosphere to supply to customers and to...
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    The patented Planetary Hydrogen Ocean Air Capture (OAC) technology uses renewable electricity to produce hydrogen via conventional electrolysis of water. We call our process SeaOH2. Our innovation is...
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    CCm Technologies, formally known as CCm Research, is an award-winning cleantech company, focused on resource optimization, including carbon capture and utilization (CCU).  CCm's technology...
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    Bio-on, a leader in the high quality bioplastic sector, and Gruppo Hera, one of Italy's largest multi-utility providers, have reached an agreement in LUX-ON, the new company founded by Bio-on...
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    Operating since 2003, CO2CRC is a world leader in carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) research.  It is an incorporated not-for-profit research organisation funded through government...
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    LS Power was founded in 1990 and is a fully integrated development, investment and asset management group of companies focused on the power industry. LS Power has more than one hundred...
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    Reducing industrial CO2 emissions is considered one of the main challenges of this century. By capturing CO2 from variable sources and injecting it into suitable deep rock formations, the...
  • Article - 8 Mar 2008
    Industry emits large volumes of carbon dioxide every year which has a profound impact on our planet, and researchers are examining new ways to lessen the amount emitted or capture what is released.
  • News - 10 Feb 2015
    Generating electricity from biomass, such as urban waste and sustainably-sourced forest and crop residues, is one strategy for reducing greenhouse gas emissions, because it is carbon-neutral: it...