Countries and companies around the world are making commitments to reach Net Zero carbon emissions. Across many industries, the rapid deployment of carbon capture with utilisation and/or storage (CCUS) technology will be necessary in some form if net zero carbon emissions are to be achieved by 2050.
C-Capture have developed a new technique for capturing carbon dioxide, based on fundamentally different chemistry, which will help enable long term resilience in a sustainable power and industrial sector to be built. In this talk, C-Capture’s Business Development Manager Dr Helen Atkinson will discuss how CCUS technology works, the industries to which it is relevant, and the role it will play on the road to Net Zero.
This event is organised by the South committee.
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