Reach Net Zero
Expert guidance for every stage in the carbon capture process.
A Team of Experts to Help Reduce Your Carbon Output
Now is the time to radically reduce your carbon emissions and move your plant towards net zero. Start with our Online Assessment tool to see how Carbon Clean can help you get there.
Wherever you are in your decarbonisation journey, our Engineering Services team will help take you where you need to go.
Our Engineering Services team specialises in helping you at all stages of the exploration, design and engineering process. We create the deliverables tailored to your site, including design requirements, a feasibility study, conceptual design, and a Front End Engineering Design (FEED). These studies will help you identify technical obstacles and solutions and estimate your investment cost for a carbon capture solution.
Our team will partner with you to gather data, answer questions, and provide you with the necessary groundwork to move forward towards decarbonisation. Once the FEED package is delivered, you will be prepared to begin the execution phase of your project with one of our EPC partners or a partner of your choice.
Why Work With the Carbon Clean Team?
Start Where You Are
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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
Our next-gen carbon capture technology is designed specifically for hard to abate industries, including steel, cement, refinery, waste to energy and biogas.
With more than 4 billion tonnes of cement produced globally each year, the cement industry generates approximately 8 percent of all global CO₂ emissions. But the process is one of the easiest to facilitate carbon capture.
While processing by refineries only contributes around 5 to 10 percent of the total emissions resulting from oil products, the opportunities for reducing these are significant due to the nature of the processes used. Major players in the industry are already pledging to achieve net zero by 2050.
The highly complex process of steel-making provides multiple opportunities for carbon capture, including using CCUS on the blast furnace to capture and store the majority of carbon emissions.
Energy from waste
By utilising CCUS at EfW plants, municipal authorities can decarbonise the entire waste chain, and achieve a huge reduction in the carbon footprint of individuals in cities.
CO₂ and other impurities must be removed from renewable natural gas (RNG) feeds – like biomethane and landfill gas — to meet purity specifications. Our proprietary solvent is a simple drop-in enhancement for current solvents, delivering better performance for CO₂ removal.