TRONDHEIM (June 23, 2023)
Ionada, a leading provider of carbon capture solutions, announces its attendance at the 12th Trondheim CCS Conference (TCCS-12) held on July 19-21, 2023. The conference brings together experts, researchers, and industry leaders to discuss the latest developments in carbon capture and storage (CCS) technologies, with a particular focus on the groundbreaking Northern Lights project and the establishment of a robust CCS market.
During the conference, Ionada highlights its cutting-edge membrane CO2 contactors, a highly innovative technology that enables the removal of up to 99% of carbon dioxide from flue gas. This advanced CO2 decarbonization system offers a sustainable solution while significantly reducing carbon emissions, making it a crucial contributor to global efforts in combating climate change.
Ionada’s membrane CO2 contactors demonstrate exceptional efficiency, boasting an impressive 30% improvement over conventional carbon capture systems. By incorporating this ground-breaking technology into their industrial processes, companies can achieve substantial carbon footprint reductions while enhancing their environmental stewardship.
One of the notable advantages of Ionada’s technology is its compact design, which is 50% smaller compared to traditional carbon capture systems. This reduction in size provides enhanced versatility and ease of integration into various industrial operations, enabling businesses to implement carbon capture solutions without significant disruptions to their existing infrastructure.
The CO2 conference in Trondheim serves as an ideal platform for Ionada to share its expertise and showcase the game-changing capabilities of its membrane CO2 contactors. By engaging with industry leaders and researchers, Ionada aims to foster collaboration and accelerate the adoption of carbon capture technologies globally.
Ionada Vice President Commercial Marine, Frode Helland-Evebø, expressed his enthusiasm about the event, stating, “We are excited to participate in TCCS-12 and contribute to the dialogue surrounding CCS developments. Ionada’s membrane CO2 contactors have the potential to revolutionize the carbon capture landscape by offering unprecedented efficiency and scalability. We look forward to sharing our insights and forging partnerships that will drive us closer to a sustainable future.”
The TCCS-12, hosted by SINTEF, is set to be a pivotal event in the field of carbon capture and storage. With the Northern Lights project taking center stage and discussions revolving around establishing a robust CCS market, Ionada’s attendance reaffirms its commitment to developing advanced solutions that combat climate change effectively.
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Ionada is a global climate technology company committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions and creating a sustainable future. The company develops innovative post-combustion carbon capture systems to capture CO2 emissions from various industrial processes in oil & gas, thermal power generation, waste-to-energy, hydrogen, steel, cement, and maritime industries.
The highly skilled team of scientists, engineers, and technicians at Ionada have developed breakthrough technology to reduce carbon emissions. They are dedicated to developing and manufacturing cutting-edge solutions that enable their clients to reduce their environmental impact while providing financial benefits.
Ionada is passionate about driving disruptive sustainability by delivering innovative solutions that help keep the air and water clean for future generations. The company aims to provide emission abatement technology that reduces emissions and delivers economic value to its clients.
For more information about Ionada’s sustainable solutions, visit ionada.com or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
SINTEF is one of Europe’s largest research organisations, with multidisciplinary expertise in the fields of technology, the natural sciences and the social sciences. SINTEF is an independent foundation and has conducted contract research and development projects for the private and public sectors since 1950. SINTEF has 2000 employees from 75 countries and annual revenues of three billion Norwegian kroner.