ABB and Imperial College London extend partnership to support carbon capture education


ABB and Imperial College London have committed to a decade-long partnership extension, securing the future of a unique carbon capture pilot plant designed to train the Net Zero workforce, as well as future engineers and scientists.

Since its inauguration in 2012, more than 4,500 students have gained hands-on experience with ABB’s technology solutions at the plant. Imperial College, renowned for its excellence in science and engineering, consistently ranks among the world’s top ten universities.

According to the partners, the collaboration between ABB and Imperial College focuses on preparing today’s students to effectively manage tomorrow’s industrial processes. It achieves this by showcasing how the latest technology can optimise plant performance and ensure the safe handling of real-life emergency situations. Imperial College benefits from access to some of the most advanced control and instrumentation technology available, courtesy of ABB.

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