CARMOF project investigating MOFs for increased carbon capture efficiency


UK-based nanoparticle technology manufacturer Promethean Particles is developing metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) to enable highly efficient and cost-effective carbon capture.

The company’s ongoing research is part of a larger initiative to reduce the CO2 emissions by using post-combustion CO2 adsorption processes through MOFs or carbon nanotubes.

Called the CARMOF Project, Promethean Particles is one of fifteen contributors from nine countries across the globe to take part in the programme that seeks to develop CCS technologies to make the process more efficient and cost effective.

Dr Selina Ambrose, Technical Manager at Promethean Particles, said, “The CARMOF Project is an incredibly exciting programme, which brings together thought-leaders and scientists to address the challenges posed by climate change.”

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