Chart Industries, Inc. (NYSE: GTLS) – a leading global manufacturer of equipment servicing clean energy and industrial gas markets, and CarbonCure Technologies, Inc. (CarbonCure) – a carbon capture company in the concrete industry, announced an agreement to further advance collaboration on equipment for the storage and transport of liquid CO2.
“We are excited to continue our work with CarbonCure and their cutting-edge solutions to transform the concrete industry by reducing the sector’s carbon footprint without sacrificing performance… This agreement formalizes the collaboration that began years ago as we supported CarbonCure in its successful XPRIZE campaign and we look forward to continuing to work with CarbonCure’s talented team,” said Jill Evanko, President and CEO of Chart Industries.
Relevant: BMO The First North American Bank To Purchase CarbonCure Credits
The agreement allows CarbonCure to use Chart’s cryogenic CO2 microbulk storage tanks to support its suite of carbon removal technologies for the concrete industry. Chart’s cryogenic trailers can also be used to transport liquid CO2 to the concrete plants of CarbonCure’s concrete producer partners.
Chart Industries offers Cryogenic Carbon Capture™ (CCC) which is a post-combustion technology reducing carbon emissions from fossil fuel power stations, cement, pulp and paper, iron and steel facilities as well as from certain chemical production plants. It acquired Sustainable Energy Solutions in 2020 – its sustainability technology arm.
Relevant: FLSimdth, Chart Industries To Work Together On Carbon Capture Technology
CarbonCure is one of the main players in the low emissions concrete industry. It manufactures a technology that introduces captured CO2 into fresh concrete to reduce its carbon footprint with a high performance product as end result.
The two companies have partnered for the utilization of Sustainable Energy Solutions’ Cryogenic Carbon Capture™ technology for deployment at concrete facilities globally. Their further collaboration now could unlock opportunities in CO2 transport and sequestration to facilitate industrial decarbonization around the world.