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Carbon Clean awarded Sustainable Markets Initiative 2023 Terra Carta Seal

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The Sustainable Markets Initiative has announced that Carbon Clean has been awarded its 2023 Terra Carta Seal. The Seal recognises global companies which are actively leading the charge to create a climate and nature-positive future.

The Terra Carta Seal is awarded to companies which have demonstrated the success of a high-impact, large scale company-wide project, initiative or strategy which aligns with one or more of the Sustainable Markets Initiative’s ten Terra Carta Articles. The Articles underpin the Terra Carta, the Sustainable Markets Initiative’s guiding mandate which provides a roadmap and framework to accelerate the transition to an ambitious and sustainable future, placing Nature, People and Planet at the heart of global value creation.

Carbon Clean was founded to decarbonise hard-to-abate industries and support their transition to net zero emissions. The company is revolutionising industrial carbon capture with its breakthrough technology, CycloneCC, which solves the biggest barriers to widespread adoption of industrial carbon capture: cost and space. As a modular, standardised and cost-effective solution, CycloneCC will be key in scaling deployment of CCUS to achieve net zero by 2050.

CycloneCC has been selected by ADNOC for a carbon capture project at Fertiglobe’s plant located in the AI Ruways Industrial Complex, Abu Dhabi. The project is the first deployment of a 10 tpd CycloneCC industrial unit anywhere in the world. It brings Carbon Clean a step closer to achieving full commercialisation of this modular solution, which will play a vital role in decarbonising heavy industry.

Aniruddha Sharma, Chair and CEO, Carbon Clean, said: “We are honoured to be recognised by the Sustainable Markets Initiative for our contribution to the global transition to net zero. Carbon Clean’s mission is simple: to deliver cost-effective, space-saving, modular carbon capture technology, enabling hard-to-abate industries to decarbonise at scale."

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