Carbon dioxide (CO2) lasers were one of the earliest gas lasers to be developed in 1964 by Bell Labs, and some claim them to be one of the most powerful continuous lasers available today.
Inventys, a Canadian carbon capture technology company, has completed its $26m Series C financing through a final subscription of $10m.
The Government of Canada has invested $25m in Carbon Engineering Ltd. a clean energy company that specialises in technologies that capture and reuse carbon dioxide.
New research from the University of Edinburgh shows that carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions can be captured and securely stored beneath deep-seated and impermeable underground rocks.
US research and training organisation GTI has signed an agreement with Korea Electric Power Research Institute (KEPRI), a unit of Korea Electric Power Company (KEPCO).
This week marks one year since the biggest carbon dioxide (CO2) shortage of recent years erupted.
US Senators Michael Benner and Rob Portman have reintroduced a bill making it easier for power plants and industrial facilities to finance the purchase and installation of carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) equipment.
Researchers from the University of Buffalo have received $1.8m funding to develop its carbon capture technology.
Almost every black object you see contains carbon black – your mobile phone case, the ink in your pen, the buttons on your keyboard and the tires on your car. Carbon black is everywhere.
Australia’s leading carbon capture and storage (CCS) research organisation CO2CRC has announced a AUS$45m ($31.3m) final investment decision for the third phase of a CCS project in south west Victoria.
Representatives from industry, government, academia and the private sector across the globe recently discussed carbon capture and storage (CCS) at The Global CCS Institute’s workshop at the Innovate4Climate Conference in Singapore last week.
Technologies, including carbon capture and storage (CCS), need to be deployed at scale and at a much faster rate than is currently happening to address climate change, said Brad Page, CEO of the Global CCS Institute.