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Using Slurry for Economical, Energy-Efficient Carbon Capture

By combining carbon-capturing solids and liquids to develop a “slurry,” scientists from École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne, University of California-Berkeley and Beijing  have created a carbon capture method that is relatively simple to implement on a large scale, economical and energy efficient, according to Nature Communications. Currently, carbon capture is … Read more »

Top 25 Green Football Schools Ranked

The University of Washington is the no. 1 green football school, according to SaveOnEnergy.com’s ranking of the top 25 NCAA football schools this season. SaveOnEnergy.com compared the 25 universities with criteria including stadium sustainability efforts, number of active green organizations, waste diversion rate, percentage of budget spent on locally grown or … Read more »

Technology Uses Liquid Salt for Emissions Scrubbing

Less than a year after patenting a process that could improve stripping greenhouse gasses from industrial emissions, a University of Alabama engineering professor has been granted another patent that uses a different solvent to accomplish the same goal. Assistant professor of chemical and biological engineering Dr. Jason E. Bara’s latest … Read more »

Ion Engineering

Ion Engineering Licenses ‘Cheaper, More Efficient’ Carbon Capture Technology

Clean-tech company Ion Engineering has licensed carbon capture technology that provides a potentially cheaper and more efficient method for stripping greenhouse gases such as CO2 from industrial emissions, according to University of Alabama, which has patented the method. Nearly all commercially available efforts at scrubbing GHGs from emissions use a … Read more »