C-Capture’s CEO, Tom White, will highlight the importance of new carbon capture technologies in reaching climate change targets as part of a national conference, organised by the Carbon Capture and Storage Association (CCSA), this week.
‘CCUS 2022: Time to Deliver’ is the leading national event for the carbon capture utilisation and storage industry (CCUS). Taking place on the 18th and 19th October in London, the conference brings UK Government and industry together to set out progress on CCUS and demonstrate commitment to meeting the goals of the Paris Agreement ahead of the 27th Conference of the Parties of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP 27) in Egypt, next month.
The event will provide delegates with updates from the rapidly evolving CCUS sector as well as an overview of the key actions and milestones that are needed in the UK and internationally to implement the technology which is critical in reaching net zero.
Presenting as part of day one of the conference in the ‘How to encourage and embed new carbon capture technologies’ section, Tom will deliver an overview of C-Capture’s unique and innovative carbon capture technology. Tom will outline the advantages of the company’s unique solution and the potential it has to break the barriers that are currently preventing the widespread adoption of carbon capture.
Tom White, CEO, C-Capture said:
“This is decisive decade for decarbonisation. The deployment of carbon capture technology is essential – and urgent – to achieve net zero by 2050. But barriers to adopting CCUS technology currently exist – such as technology maturity, flue gas compatibility in multiple industries, and cost.
“The answer lies in new, next-generation carbon capture technologies.
“Our solution has the potential to be a game changer for carbon capture. It uses less energy than currently available technologies, meaning it can significantly reduce the cost of carbon capture to a point that makes it affordable globally. It is also environmentally benign, well suited to the large-scale capture of CO2 and robust enough to withstand even the most challenging flue gases. These advantages mean it has potential to break the barriers that are preventing the widespread adoption of carbon capture and storage technology, which in turn will mitigate the impacts of climate change.”