Electricore, Inc.

Advanced Structured Adsorbent Architectures for Transformative CO2 Capture Performance; Developing an optimized CO2 capture technology architecture in collaboration with Svante, Inc., DNV GL USA, and Sustain; Process includes a dual-adsorbent bi-layer structured adsorbent design with a thermal conductive matrix that will enable a rapid temperature swing 40 to 100 times faster than a conventional thermal swing process; In-house bench-scale testing will be conducted on simulated and actual flue gas from a gas-fired boiler.

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Dioxide Materials Formic Acid

Converts CO2 and renewable electricity into chemicals: formic acid production from coal flue gas; Electrolyzer technology to enable formic acid to be economically manufactured from flue gas from a coal-fired pilot plant; Lowers the cost of CO2 capture from coal-fired power plants; Provides a feedstock for the bioprocessing industry that does not compete with the food supply; Enables ethanol plants in the Midwest to meet the low-carbon fuel standards; Enables economic production of a biodegradable polymer.

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COURSE 50

Group of Japanese steel-making companies partnering for R&D to advance CO2 reduction technologies for steel; Developing technologies to reduce CO2 emissions by approx. 30% through suppression of CO2 emissions from blast furnaces as well as capture (separation and recovery) of CO2 from flash furnace gas (BFG), and establishing the technologies by ca. 2030 with the final goal of industrializing and transferring the developed technologies by 2050.

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Carbon Capture Machine

Dissolves combustion CO2 from any source in dilute alkali, converting it to carbonate ions with efficiency approaching 100%; The carbonate solution reacts with readily and abundantly available calcium (Ca++) and magnesium (Mg++) brines to selectively precipitate CaCO3 (Precipitated Calcium Carbonate, PCC) and MgCO3- 3H2O (Precipitated Magnesium Carbonate, PMC).

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Carbicrete

Uses carbonation activation to eliminate the need for cement in concrete by replacing it with ground steel slag; The new concrete is cured with waste CO2, the CO2 becomes a solid and strengthens the concrete; More CO2 is consumed in the process than emitted, so it is a carbon negative production process; Carbon XPRIZE finalist.

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C-Capture: CO2 Removal

Biogas upgrading GSU Technology- removes CO2 from methane streams; The amine-free capture solvent selectively reacts with CO2 and H2S and allows unreactive methane to pass through; The solvent loaded with CO2 is then heated, liberating CO2 and regenerating it for reuse in a continuous process; For use with natural gas or biogas plants; Amine-free alternative to capture CO2 for reuse.

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