Carbon capture and producing hydrogen in its myriad colours are seen as key enablers of industry-wide decarbonisation. By combining the two, Levidian is able to both reduce emissions and produce useful by-products such as graphene, which has a lot of promise for additional applications such as anti-corrosion coatings and paints, efficient and precise sensors and faster and more efficient electronics.
Speaking to gasworld, John Hartley, CEO of Levidian, outlined the company’s key achievements for the year and revealed some of its plans for 2024.
Thank you for taking the time to talk to gasworld today. Why don’t you start off by telling us what 2023 has been like for Levidian?
2023 has been all about expansion. We’ve expanded into new markets with new LOOP deployments agreed for Europe and the Middle East, we’ve announced a new office in the UAE, and our team has almost doubled in size with the addition of 30 new recruits. We’ve even refurbished and grown our HQ in Cambridge – I can hardly believe it’s all happened in one year. It reflects not only the quality and hard work of the Levidian team, but also the increased need for circular clean technology worldwide.
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