The industry is at a crucial point.”  – C-Capture’s new Process Systems Engineer, Adeyemi Giwa

C-Capture, developers of innovative carbon capture technology are delighted to welcome Adeyemi Giwa as Process Systems Engineer.

Ade has a broad range of engineering experience gained across the energy, FMCG and wastewater industries. Recognising the critical role of carbon capture technology in the fight against climate change, Ade joins the C-Capture team as the company aims to accelerate the global adoption of carbon capture and storage to achieve net zero.

He explained: “The carbon capture industry is at a crucial point as we drive towards net zero carbon emissions in the coming decades. C-Capture’s unique technology has the potential to mitigate the impacts of climate change and offers industry a credible solution to decarbonisation.

“Being a part of a company that could well be the leader in this sector in the coming years makes this an exhilarating opportunity. Carbon capture is an essential part of the plan to tackle climate change and I am looking forward to contributing to this space as a Process Engineer.”

Ade holds a BEng from Aston University in Chemical Engineering and is experienced in different aspects of process plant design – from feasibility studies to commissioning, new process development and plant operations.

Duncan Holdsworth, Head of Engineering at C-Capture, said: “We’re very excited to welcome Ade to the C-Capture team. His breadth of industrial experience is a huge asset to an innovative and creative company like ours. We look forward to putting his experience to good use as we develop our technology to its maximum potential and play a critical role in the race to net zero.”

C-Capture’s innovative carbon capture technology is a potential game changer for the sector. Using less energy than currently available approaches, it has the potential to significantly reduce the cost of carbon capture to a tipping point that makes it affordable globally. It is also environmentally benign, well suited to the large-scale capture of CO2, and extremely robust – so suitable for use within difficult-to-decarbonise industries.