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Carbon Clean enters the Deloitte EMEA Fast 500

6 June 2024

Carbon Clean, a leader in revolutionising carbon capture solutions, has been ranked in Deloitte's 2023 EMEA Technology Fast 500 for the first time. The list features the fastest growing, most innovative technology companies in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA).  

Carbon Clean is the only specialist carbon capture company in the EMEA Fast 500, representing the rapidly growing carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) sector. Since January 2022, Carbon Clean has expanded its presence in North America, Europe and Asia, and more than tripled its global headcount.  

Aniruddha Sharma, Chair and CEO of Carbon Clean, said: We are proud to be featured by Deloitte in the 2023 EMEA Fast 500. Since co-founding the company with Prateek Bumb in 2009, together weve grown Carbon Clean from an innovative concept to a leader in point-source carbon capture technology, today employing over 170 talented people. We have an exciting future ahead as we continue to scale our modular CycloneCC technology to help hard-to-abate industries decarbonise and achieve global net zero targets.

The Deloitte EMEA Fast 500 programme is an objective industry ranking that identifies the fastest growing technology companies across the region. The ranking is based on companies’ revenue growth percentage over a three-year period. 


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About Carbon Clean

Carbon Clean is a leader in revolutionising carbon capture solutions for hard-to-abate industries including cement, steel, refineries, and energy from waste. The company’s patented technology significantly reduces the costs of carbon capture when compared to conventional solutions.

Carbon Clean has over a decade of experience in designing, building, and operating industrial carbon capture systems and it has 49 technology references around the world. The company is an innovation leader in the CCUS market, with over 100 active patent assets across 18 patent families covering 30 countries, and has developed a modular technology, CycloneCC, that is vital for scaling industrial carbon capture deployment to achieve global net zero targets.

Headquartered in the UK and with offices in the US, Canada and India, the company has received funding and grant support from the British and US governments and has established partnerships with industry leaders including Chevron and Cemex. It is also an investor in the Swedish eFuel development company, Liquid Wind.

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