First Commercially Viable Passive Carbon Capture Technology

Arizona State University (ASU) and Silicon Kingdom Holdings (SKH) announce an agreement to deploy carbon capture technology developed by Professor Klaus Lackner, director of ASUs Center for Negative Carbon Emissions (CNCE).
The proprietary technology acts like a tree that is thousands of times more efficient at removing CO2 from the air. The mechanical trees allow the captured gas to be sequestered or sold for re-use in a variety of applications, such as synthetic fuels, enhanced oil recovery or in food, beverage and agriculture industries.

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