Green tech manufacturer Levidian Nanosystems (Levidian) will supply 500 of its proprietary LOOP50 systems to technology expert Zero Carbon Ventures as part of a project to bring cutting edge carbon-reducing technologies to the Middle East.
Announced today (May 16th), the £700m deal will see the decarbonisation devices reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions across a range of industries in the UAE, focusing on the decarbonisation of waste gas on landfill and flaring sites.
LOOP uses plasma technology to produce green graphene and hydrogen by separating methane into its constituent atoms, carbon and hydrogen, which can be either utilised immediately or stored for later use.
According to Levidian, the technology has the ability to decarbonise gas by 40% instantly, and can easily integrate with existing infrastructure at any site in the world with a supply of natural gas, further reducing unnecessary CO2 emissions.
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