Technology to Achieve 'Net Zero'

Technology to Achieve Net Zero

We offer cost-effective carbon capture technology to industrial emitters at gigatonne scale.

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Our Impact

Our global company is led by industry experts with over a decade’s experience designing, building, financing and operating industrial carbon capture systems.

CO2 Captured Today (Metric Tonnes)
CO2 Captured Since 2009 (Metric Tonnes)

"Since October 2016, Tuticorin Alkali Chemicals and Fertilizers Limited, in partnership with Carbon Clean, has been operating the world’s first industrial-scale carbon capture and utilisation (CCU) plant near Chennai, India. Installed on a coal-fired boiler, the plant is designed to capture 60,000 tonnes of CO2 per year. Not only does it meet cost and performance expectations, but we’re able to convert the CO2 into soda ash (an ingredient found in commercial household products)."

G. Ramachandran
Managing Director, Tuticorin Alkali Chemical and Fertilizers Ltd., Chennai, India

Proven Benefits. Increased Profit.

We help industry decarbonise and leverage the growing value of captured carbon. The opportunity to take part in the circular economy of capturing and selling carbon dioxide is predicted to be a key differentiator for long-term success. It’s the first movers that will stand to benefit the most.


Modular Carbon Capture

Our energy-efficient CDRMax™ process can achieve 90%+ capture rates and delivers industrial quality CO2 for re-use or sequestration.


Improved Bottom Line

Our technology offers the lowest corrosion rates, highest HSE standards, an uptime rate of 98+%, and can operate for more than 200,000 hours on commercial plants.


30% More Commercially Viable

A leader in cost-effective modular technology set to achieve $30/tonne cost of CO2 capture. Large emitters will be able to offset the cost of carbon capture with their carbon tax from as early as next year.


A Multibillion-Dollar Market

Recycled CO2 products are now a multibillion-dollar growing market. Current estimates put the market opportunity for carbon capture at more than $1 trillion per annum.

Success Stories

Purpose-Built: Technology for Industry

In 2016, Tuticorin Alkali Chemical and Fertilizers Ltd. partnered with Carbon Clean to create the world’s first fully commercial carbon capture, storage and utilisation plant. Located near Chennai, it has been achieving over 90% carbon capture rates since it began operation.


Carbon Capture Rate

Proprietary: High-Performance Solvents

Since 2018, Carbon Clean in collaboration with Arcanum Energy has surpassed 500,000 m3 of biogas processed per day with its APBS-CARBex® solvent in their biogas upgrading facilities in Germany. Compared to the standard amine, Carbon Clean’s technology provides several advantages that allows the plants to operate more efficiently. 


Less Thermal Energy

Breakthrough: Technology for Cost-Effective Carbon Capture

In 2017, Carbon Clean announced breakthrough test results from the Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM) pilot. Corrosion testing confirmed that with APBS-CDRMax®, it is possible to construct with less expensive materials such as carbon steel rather and a lower grade of stainless steel. 


Cost Reduction (up to)

38+ Facilities Across the Globe

Minimising climate change and achieving carbon net zero is of global importance — and we understand the key challenges from an industrial perspective. We enable hard to abate industries — including steel, cement, refineries and energy from waste (EfW) — to navigate these new climate imperatives with technology that reduces cost, space, and execution time, with minimal on-site disruption.





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Thought Leadership

Our experts and partners represent a global wealth of knowledge that is raising the bar on industrial carbon capture.

Achieving Net Zero in the Industrial Sector

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