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Carbon dioxide (CO₂), the main greenhouse gas responsible for global warming, can also be used as a raw material, for example for the production of chemicals, building materials, novel fuels, or even as fertilizer in algae farming, i.e. input for future food production. CO₂ can also be bound to ...
Climeworks AG and Antecy B.V. share the same goal of removing climate-relevant amounts of CO2 from the atmosphere and joining forces renders this goal more achievable. The combination of their technologies will result in even more powerful solutions for both carbon dioxide removal, as well as ...
Climeworks AG announced it has raised CHF 30.5 million in equity funding, from a group of existing and new private investors as well as Zurich Cantonal Bank. The successful financing round brings the Swiss company another step closer to achieving its vision of capturing one percent of global CO2 ...
A KAIST research team developed a technology to increase the stability of amine-containing adsorbents by fifty times, moving one step further toward commercializing stable adsorbents that last longer. Professor Minkee Choi from the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and his team ...
The U.S. Department of Energy has selected technology group The Linde Group to receive USD 15 million for the advancement of carbon dioxide (CO2) capture technologies. Linde’s pilot plant, to be built in Wilsonville, AL, is targeted to be operational by early 2014. The facility will test novel ...
A pilot project by Siemens and E.ON has shown that emissions of the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide from power plants can be effectively captured on a large scale. At the Staudinger coal-fired power plant near Hanau, Germany, more than 90 percent of the carbon dioxide (CO2) in the facility’s flue ...