CO2 Solutions Inc. and Seneca Engineering Inc. have inked an agreement that will see the two companies jointly deploy market opportunities for carbon capture, storage and usage (CCSU) in an industrial setting.
Limiting carbon emissions requires the rapid, widespread adoption of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology to augment alternative energy sources such as nuclear, wind and solar, according to the Global CCS Institute's 2016 Status Report.
Using carbon dioxide to make more sustainable and environmentally friendly products is big business and nine Canadian firms are in the final hunt to secure a portion of the $20 million NRG COSIA Carbon XPrize competition.
The University of North Dakota’s Energy and Environmental Research Center is going to verify the cost and size reduction capabilities of CO2 Solutions Inc.s’ enzyme-based carbon capture process using rotating packed bed (RPB) equipment from GanTrans.
CO2 Solutions Inc. will soon have its first commercial carbon capture and reuse plant after it inked an agreement with two key partners, marking yet another step towards the commercialization of the Quebec City company’s novel carbon capture and reuse technology.