From premium products to volume products – commercialising CO2 post-conversion to solid carbon

Find out how Anna Douglas and the team at Aeroborn are commercialising CO2 into products and materials with wide applications and usage

CCUS is a broad term and yet often is applied narrowly to projects focused on underground storage. Aeroborn is one of a number of exciting disruptors with CCUS-tech that allows for commercialising CO2 into other products…products that are usable whilst also storing the CO2 permanently. In the case of Aeroborn, it is converted to sustainable carbon black materials.

In this episode, join Alex as she talks with Anna Douglas, the Co-Founder and Chief Science Officer for Aeroborn. They discuss the need for reuse of CO2 in products that have high demand, the specific approach Aeroborn are applying to commercialising CO2, and also the way in which they are working with industrials to minimise CO2 output.

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