E. coli bacteria have been gradually trained to use carbon dioxide as food, rather than sugar, building their biomass from the air.
Absorbs CO2 for use in health supplements using Pond Technologies’ algae.
Captures CO2 from Shady Point power generation plant for use in food and beverages.
Captures 60% of CO2 emissions from newly built power plant.
Captures CO2 from Warrior Run Maryland power generation plants for use in food and beverages.
10+ plants capturing CO2 from ammonia facilities for re-use in beverage/food industry.
CO2 capture on retrofitted thermal power plant.
Methanol plant with a gas-fired boiler.
Stanton Energy Center demonstration; Joint DOE demonstration project to study microalgae commodities (i.e. animal feed) from coal plant flue gas CO₂ and/or renewable gas production.
Anaerobic, non-photosynthetic mixotrophy (or Mixotrophic Fermentation).
Solar concentrators direct light into tanks where microalgae are growing; The microagae seperates CO₂ from gas coming up through the Ein Oil Centre; Algae is then dried and turned into algal flour; An oil is extracted from the flour that replaces palm oil.
CO2 to food and feed products, bioplastics, and chemicals
Untreated industrial waste gas CO2 is fed to microbes, which can be used as a replacement for ground-up small fish that are currently used as feedstock for aquaculture fish.