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Prince of Wales visits Renfrew CCUS project

08 November 2021, Published under Cement News

The Prince of Wales visited the world’s smallest industrial carbon capture technology, pioneered by Carbon Clean, at a site visit in Renfrew, Glasgow, during COP26. The Prince of Wales champions the development and adoption of carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS) solutions through a CCUS Task Force within the Sustainable Markets Initiative (SMI), which he launched in 2020 at the World Economic Forum in Davos. The Prince of Wales came to see the technology in operation at Doosan Babco...

Carbon Clean appoints former US Secretary of Energy as advisor

27 October 2021, Published under Cement News

Carbon Clean is being joined by Ernest J Moniz, former US Secretary of Energy, as an advisor to its Board of Directors. Mr Moniz, the founder of strategic advisory firm EJM Associates, will guide the company on its strategy to become a leading player in the low-carbon transition. “Carbon capture is central to a robust climate response – decarbonising power plants and industrial facilities, enabling hydrogen production and atmospheric carbon dioxide removal,” said Mr Moniz. “Ramping up ...

65% of CEOs in hard-to-abate sectors plan to use CCUS

21 October 2021, Published under Cement News

A first of its kind benchmarking report on industry attitudes towards carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) has revealed that 65 per cent of executives working in hard-to-abate sectors see CCUS as ‘critical’ or ‘important’ reaching their 2030 and 2050 goals. "The Scaling up CCUS" market insights report has been published by Decarb Connect, a leading platform that connects the hard-to-abate sectors, and Carbon Clean, a global leader in cost-effective carbon capture technology a...

Cemex Ventures helps Carbon Clean raise US$8m for carbon capture projects

04 August 2021, Published under Cement News

Carbon Clean has raised US$8m from new investor Cemex Ventures  and existing investors Equinor Ventures, ICOS Capital and WAVE Equity Partners. The capital raise extends Carbon Clean's successful US$2m Series B investment round , brings the total value of the round to US$30m. "We're delighted to have Cemex as an investor and its backing further confirms the growing value of our technology proposition, as well as expanding confidence of strategic investors," said Aniruddha Sharma, Carb...

Taiheiyo Cement Corp to work with Carbon Clean on carbon capture plant

21 April 2021, Published under Cement News

Japanese cement producer Taiheiyo Cement Corp will implement technology for CO 2  capture from the flue gas of rotary cement kilns in the first, 10tpd demonstration plant in Japan. For this purpose, Taiheiyo Cement has selected the technology for CO 2 chemical absorption supplied by UK-based Carbon Clean, which has been awarded by Marubeni Protechs Corp (Marubeni Protechs) in Japan. This technology will be installed at Taiheiyo Cement's plant in Kumagaya City, Saitama, and demonstr...

LafargeHolcim and Carbon Clean to develop large-scale CCUS plant

30 October 2020, Published under Cement News

Carbon Clean announced today that it has signed an agreement in Spain with LafargeHolcim, ECCO2, and Sistemas de Calor to develop a large-scale carbon capture and utilisation plant.   The project, based in LafargeHolcim’s Carboneras, Almeria, cement plant in Spain will aim to capture CO 2 emitted through the cement production process to be further transformed, cleaned and reused locally. The CO 2 will be captured from the cement plant’s flue gas and will be recycled for agricu...

Cemex Ventures to work with Carbon Clean on affordable carbon capture

18 September 2020, Published under Cement News

Cemex Ventures (Cemex group) has signed an agreement with Carbon Clean, a leader in low-cost modular carbon dioxide capture and separation technology, aimed at developing a carbon capture solution for the cement industry that lies below the line of US$30/t cost of CO 2 captured.   The ambitious target of making carbon capture technology accessible and more efficient would be an unprecedented achievement for the cement sector, opening a door of opportunities for further developments, claims ...