“The goal of our partnership with GTI is to create a next-generation CO2 capture system that is smaller and cheaper than anything that exists today,” Chief Technology Officer of CCSL tells gasworld as he discusses the recent $2.9m DoE funding the GTI and CCSL partnership recently recieved.
As the popularity of carbon capture technology is increasing, companies are required to keep up with the growing market, keeping developments successful and affordable. The carbon capture market recently saw a partnership develop between Carbon Clean Solutions Limited (CCSL) and Gas Technology Institute (GTI), key players in the carbon capture technology industry. The partnership received $2.9m of DoE funding in January (2019) to develop and test its potentially transformative carbon capture technology.
gasworld spoke to Prateek Bumb, Chief Technology Officer of CCSL to gain an insight into the game-changing partnership, and the technology under development. GTI and CCS-US (the US subsidiary of CCSL) are now set to design, build, and test a prototype demonstration unit at GTI’s Des Plaines, Illinois headquarters.
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