We are developing solutions to some of the most important environmental and sustainability problems the modern world is facing. Our modular approach to problem-solving enables us to research and deploy our technology advancements quickly, as we bring them to operational stage.

The Carbon Dioxide Problem

The economic progress achieved in the past six decades, along with a rapid expansion of the global population, has come with a colossal environmental cost due to transportation and industrial gaseous emissions. Emission from maritime and industrial exhaust constitutes both a health and environmental problem.

The US government along with the EU government andd many other countries globally are stimulating technological advancement through public and private funding to find a solution to the unresolved issue of CO2 emissions in particular. Yet a feasible solution is not available for one of humanity’s most complex issues thus far.

A solution present not only benefits to the global population and governments but also to companies and entire economies that are facing growing emission restrictions and operation limitation that handicap their financial growth.

The current cost of Carbon Dioxide capture is around $500 per ton, this cost does not include +$300 per ton additional cost for storage and management. Considering that glass manufacturing alone produces at least 86 million tonnes of carbon dioxide every year it is clear that we need innovation to drive costs down and offer sustainable solutions.

Project Ca.Re & Our Research Efforts

We have developed and patented industrial and maritime emission capture technology that is being implemented in Europe and abroad.    Our current systems, compatible with both maritime ( SETH SYSTEMS ) and industrial applications (IEM SYSTEMS) are designed to create a hermetic seal between the exhaust stacks and their after-treatment systems. Such a connection helps maintain the exhaust temperature throughout the filtration process not only to guarantee high efficiency in the abatement process but also to provide reusable energy through heat recovery. Both the high efficiency of filtration and the reusable energy source from the heat recovery in their current systems are fundamental for CO2 capturing, storing, and dissociation technologies.

Taking advantage of our current systems, we are now developing our next-gen technology focused on CO2 capture and dissociation in the form of two additional modules.

  • 1) Capturing Module . Advance robotics that enable sealing exhaust stacks
  • Technology Level TRL 9 being sold with our SETH & IEM systems.
  • 2) Gaseous Pollutants After Treatment Filtration ( Removes Nox;Sox, VOCs, PM, Diesel Particulate )
  • Technology Level TRL 9 being sold with our SETH & IEM systems.
  • 3) Binary CO2 capture module.  ( solid aminic membranes)
  • Technology Level TRL 1- Under development research through grants.
  • 4) CO2 dissociation reactor through liquid metals at low temperatures.
  • Technology Level TRL 1- Under development research through grants.

We call this Ca.Re. ( The Carbon Reutilization Project ) a project that we are promoting through grants and academic collaborations. The scope of this project is to lead experimentation and produce a complete system prototype that will be capable of capturing and dissociating carbon dioxide.

Our scope is to offer a feasible solution to the problem of gaseous pollution and CO2 emission with a cost target of below $100 per ton both for the transportation and the industrial sectors. In the specific, our systems will provide the World first modular capturing, filtering, and dissociation process for the abatement of gaseous pollution and CO2 where the byproduct are non-toxic dry powder that can be recycled or disposed and pure carbon that can be marketed and sold as a resource for the production of graphite or any other industrial applications.

In the process of dissociation of CO2 our systems will generate large amounts of carbon at scale. Such material can be sold as an alternative to the carbon source abroad that is not pure and presents cancerous contaminant in its impure form.   Pure Carbon can be used for the manufacturing of graphite and refined metals like steel and many other many applications.

We have established partnerships with academic institutions worldwide and we start working on collaborating through grants and programs to accelerate our development efforts.


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