Technology to Achieve 'Net Zero'

Carbon Clean named one of Britain’s ten green tech companies to watch by the Sunday Times

6th September 2020, London, UK – Carbon Clean, a leader in low-cost carbon dioxide capture and separation technology, is honoured to be announced as one of Britain’s ten green tech companies to watch by the Sunday Times. 

 

Carbon Clean featured as one of the private British green tech companies with significant potential to help protect the environment in the Sunday Times BGF Green Tech to Watch, researched by Fast Track. Published in the 20th anniversary edition of the Sunday Times Tech Track 100 ranking of the UK’s fastest-growing private tech companies, the inaugural 10 Green Tech to Watch list recognises private UK-based firms that are developing technology to help mitigate or reverse the effects of human activity on the environment, based on research sponsored by BGF.

 

UK-headquartered Carbon Clean is at the forefront of developing affordable carbon capture utilisation and storage (CCUS) technology and continues to expand its customer base to accelerate the cost-effective decarbonisation of industry. 

 

Aniruddha Sharma, CEO of Carbon Clean, said: “Achieving net zero ambitions remains a top priority for a green recovery. This recognition demonstrates the importance of break-through, affordable technology in the carbon capture space. We look forward to working with our investors and partners to support a number of CCUS projects in the coming months.”

 

Cost-effective CCUS technology has a critical role to play in the transition to a low-carbon energy future. It is one of a host of technologies that will be required to combat climate change. 

 

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