GAS LAB Asia and Carbonetics Carbon Capture have announced a groundbreaking partnership to explore the potential of artificial intelligence (AI) in industrial-scale carbon capture.
As the first of its kind, this collaboration aims to revolutionize the way CO2 is captured and utilized in commercial projects.
Over the last six decades, GAS LAB has created various technologies for the separation, recovery, and utilization of CO2 in sectors including alcoholic beverages and desalination.
During this time, the company has established itself as a trusted provider of carbon capture solutions.
As part of the deal, GAS LAB intends to bring their vast expertise and experience to the table, while Carbonetics, known for their innovative AI-driven products, will provide cutting-edge technology to drive this initiative forward.
“This partnership merges GAS LAB’s robust market presence and research focus with Carbonetics’ groundbreaking AI technology, setting a new standard in carbon capture solutions and addressing climate challenges directly,” said Jayanti Goela, CEO of GAS LAB.
The collaborative project will include a research partnership with GAS LAB’s DST-recognized Dr. S. S. Aggarwal Research Center, which is committed to developing advancements that significantly reduce the overall cost of CO2 capture throughout its lifecycle.
The two companies will aim to leverage Carbonetics’ generative AI design technology to reduce both capital and operational costs associated with CO2 capture.
The use of artificial intelligence in CO2 capture helps optimize the removal and storage of carbon dioxide from industrial activities and power plants.
The AI algorithms can enhance various aspects like temperature, pressure, flow rates, and chemical reactions, resulting in better efficiency and performance of CO2 capture methods.
Furthermore, it will also play a role in different business models such as carbon capture as a service (CCaaS), co-ownership, and operations and maintenance services.
“Our AI technology perfectly complements GAS LAB’s experience,” said Yash Agarwal, co-founder of Carbonetics. “This partnership is a major step towards the Net Zero journey for hard-to-abate sectors.”