Tag: carbon

ESG Clean Energy secures patent to support its carbon capture technology

ESG Clean Energy secures patent to support its carbon capture technology

March 22, 2022 |

In Massachusetts, through an exclusive licensing agreement, ESG Clean Energy, LLC, developers of net zero carbon footprints and clean energy solutions for distributed power generation, announced today it acquired a new patent (no. 11,286,832) issued by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for a Bottoming Cycle Power System and its related impact to carbon capture […]

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Agilyx, Virgin Group, REG, Louisiana Green Fuels, Circular SynTech, and others advance on waste-to-fuels

Agilyx, Virgin Group, REG, Louisiana Green Fuels, Circular SynTech, and others advance on waste-to-fuels

February 20, 2022 |

Just in the last few days, it’s been all about low carbon, lower carbon, net-zero carbon – and all of it from waste. Virgin Group and Agilyx’s strategic partnership to produce lower carbon fuel from plastic waste. REG’s state-of-the-art pretreatment facility to refine some of the lowest carbon intensity, hardest to convert waste fats and […]

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Carbon and Hydrogen Hubs Part 1: The Digest’s 2022 Multi-Slide Guide to GPI’s Atlas

Carbon and Hydrogen Hubs Part 1: The Digest’s 2022 Multi-Slide Guide to GPI’s Atlas

February 13, 2022 |

What are the major components of a carbon and hydrogen hub? What’s the latest on carbon management and removal in the U.S.? How can hydrogen work as a decarbonization solution for the U.S.? What is the transport infrastructure in place now? Find out now in Part 1 of this two part slide guide highlighting The […]

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carbonauten and University of Hohenheim secure funding for bioactivated carbon research

carbonauten and University of Hohenheim secure funding for bioactivated carbon research

February 9, 2022 |

In Germany, producing bioactivated carbon from renewable raw materials and covering the energy required for this in a climate-neutral manner – this is the goal of a joint research project by carbonauten GmbH and the Department of Conversion Technologies of Renewable Raw Materials at the University of Hohenheim. After the approval of the funding by […]

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Navigator CO2 Ventures gets board greenlight to proceed with carbon capture pipeline

Navigator CO2 Ventures gets board greenlight to proceed with carbon capture pipeline

October 14, 2021 |

In Texas, Navigator CO2 Ventures LLC says that as a result of commitments received during its binding open season, it has obtained the necessary board approvals to proceed with its proposed carbon capture pipeline system, the Heartland Greenway. Based upon the substantial market reception for the project, Navigator is evaluating multiple opportunities to expand the […]

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New documentary highlights cell culture tech to grow meat, carbon capture and aquaculture

New documentary highlights cell culture tech to grow meat, carbon capture and aquaculture

April 11, 2021 |

In Washington, D.C., Gravitas Ventures, released Just Add Firewater LLC’s documentary “They Say It Can’t Be Done,” which follows four entrepreneurial companies tackling humanity’s biggest threats, including Eat JUST, Inc. which uses cell culture technology to grow meat and an Arizona State University scientist who created a synthetic tree that removes atmospheric carbon at one-thousand […]

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U.S. Grains Council, Growth Energy, RFA comment on proposed Canada Clean Fuel Regulations

U.S. Grains Council, Growth Energy, RFA comment on proposed Canada Clean Fuel Regulations

March 7, 2021 |

In Washington, D.C., the U.S. Grains Council, Growth Energy and the Renewable Fuels Association submitted joint comments to Environment and Climate Change Canada, regarding its proposed Clean Fuel Regulations, noting the importance of allowing renewable fuel producers to account for carbon capture and sequestration in their carbon intensity scores, regardless of whether the fuel is […]

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National Carbon Technologies acquires Cool Planet’s biocarbon business

National Carbon Technologies acquires Cool Planet’s biocarbon business

June 21, 2020 |

In Minnesota, National Carbon Technologies acquired Colorado-based Cool Planet’s biocarbon business, including more than 50 issued and pending patents for biocarbon production and product technologies for use in multiple markets including renewable energy, metals, agriculture and water purification. With capacity to convert 300,000 tons per year of certified sustainably sourced biomass into advanced biocarbon products, […]

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Stora Enso and Cordenka partner to develop bio-based carbon fiber materials

Stora Enso and Cordenka partner to develop bio-based carbon fiber materials

May 10, 2020 |

In Finland, Stora Enso and Cordenka signed a joint development agreement to develop precursors for bio-based carbon fiber. The co-development is driven by the need for high performance carbon fiber in transportation, construction and power generation. Stora Enso has been developing the technology for manufacturing carbon fiber from wood-based raw materials, i.e. dissolving pulp and […]

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Simplified process developed to create synthetic adipates, saving energy and costs

Simplified process developed to create synthetic adipates, saving energy and costs

January 11, 2020 |

In Germany, researchers at the Ruhr-Universität Bochum found a way to develop simpler synthetic adipates which are required for the manufacturing of perfumes, lubricants and active pharmaceutical ingredients. So far, the reaction to produce adipates has only been possible using a complicated, multi-stage process. Now it only takes one step. Adipates are made from the […]

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