Bio-based CO2 capture and utilisation


Biotechnology is instrumental in bringing new medicines to market to save lives. It is also at the heart of several emerging carbon dioxide (CO2) utilisation technologies, such as the production of nutritional supplements and the conversion of carbon to chemical intermediates such as ethanol.

Ethanol can be used to make synthetic aviation fuel (SAF) and other valuable chemicals.

Enzymes for energy efficient solvent-based CO2 capture

Hot potassium carbonate (HPC) is a long-established CO2 capture technology. The HPC process was developed in the 1950s and is now licensed by Honeywell UOP.

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