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  • Article - 15 Jul 2022
    AZoCleantech speaks to Dr. Melis Duyar from the University of Surrey about their contribution to clean technology research. Duyar has worked with her team to develop materials and processes to capture...
  • Article - 22 Jun 2022
    Carbon capture and storage technology (CCS) is widely accepted as a viable means of reducing carbon emissions and keeping global temperatures from rising more than 1.5–2 °C by 2050.
  • News - 27 Mar 2008
    On April 11 and 12, 2008, the MIT Energy Conference: Technology, Policy and Entrepreneurship will offer a peek into the future with distinguished panelists, cutting-edge research, networking...
  • News - 14 Mar 2008
    Basin Electric Power Cooperative and Powerspan Corp. today announced the selection of Powerspan's carbon dioxide (CO2) capture technology for a commercial demonstration at Basin Electric's...
  • News - 12 Mar 2008
    Today the British Midlands Development Corporation announced the opening of Nottingham University's new Center for Innovation in Carbon Capture and Storage (CICCS). The $2.2m Center, located in...
  • News - 28 Feb 2008
    Loy Yang Power, which operates a 2200 MW brown coal fired power station in Victoria's Latrobe Valley, has signed an agreement to undertake a site specific feasibility study into carbon capture...
  • News - 26 Feb 2008
    The world's most advanced carbon capture system was showcased at the recent Australian - Canadian Premier's Conference held in Adelaide, Australia. The Purenergy CO2 Capture System (CCS)...
  • News - 18 Feb 2008
    An Australian-based company has acquired the Asia-Pacific rights to the world's most advanced carbon capture and storage system. EESTech Inc., (EESH.OB) which is based in Brisbane, Australia...
  • News - 18 Feb 2008
    Imagine a gigantic, inflatable, sausage-like bag capable of storing 160 million tonnes of CO2 – the equivalent of 2.2 days of current global emissions. Now try to picture that container,...
  • News - 18 Feb 2008
    A new study has revealed that storing carbon dioxide beneath the earth may be a safer and longer term method of reducing emissions in the atmosphere than previously thought. NERC funded...
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