C-Capture wins £1.7m funding to advance net zero


UK-based carbon capture specialist C-Capture has been awarded £1.7m in funding from the BEIS (Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy) £1bn Net Zero Innovation Portfolio (NZIP).

As part of the £20m Carbon Capture, Usage and Storage (CCUS) Innovation 20 programme, C-Capture will showcase its XLR8 CCS project at multiple sites across the country within hard-to-abate industrial sectors. 

At a cost of £2.7m, the project will apply its solvent-based technology to remove carbon dioxide (CO2) from flue gas at sites owned by project partners Hanson Cement, part of the Heidelberg Group, Bioenergy Infrastructure Group (BIG), Glass Futures and one of their member sites Pilkington UK Ltd. 

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