Lafarge Canada Gets Closer to Canada’s Most Carbon Efficient Cement Plant

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, December 2019 — Following the implementation of Project CO2MENT, Lafarge Canada has moved to the second stage of carbon capture at the Richmond Cement Plant. LafargeHolcim Head of North America, Rene Thibault, visited the facility as Phase II of the project begins. Flue gas from the plant’s manufacturing facility is now captured through […]

Secretary Perry Announces $24 Million in New Projects to Advance Transformational Carbon Capture Technologies

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, U.S. Secretary of Energy Rick Perry announced the selection of eight projects to receive nearly $24 million in federal funds for cost-shared research and development (R&D) for Novel and Enabling Carbon Capture Transformational Technologies. The selected projects will focus on the development of solvent, sorbent, and membrane technologies to address scientific challenges and knowledge […]

Former Airbus CTO Joins Board of Svante a Canadian Carbon Capture Company

VANCOUVER, British Columbia —August 31, 2017 — Former Airbus CTO Jean Botti recently joined the Board of Directors of Svante (formerly Inventys) a clean energy technology company that has developed a transformational method for capturing CO2 from industrial, natural gas and coal power plants. “I’m very pleased to join the board of Svante at such a pivotal […]

New Website Showcases the People Behind Svante’s Success

Dedicated About-Us section highlights leaders in gas separation innovation and technology development We unveiled a new Svante (formerly Inventys) website today with new content, images, and a blog to provide more insight into the Svante’s story, its game-changing intellectual property, and the company’s dramatic growth. “Our website now showcases the depth of our organization along with the […]

£20 Million ETI Project Set to Advance Carbon Capture Technologies

Ed Davey announces new £20 million ETI project to develop and demonstrate advanced carbon capture technology for gas-fired power stations The Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, Ed Davey, has today launched a new technology project which could see up to £20 million being invested by the Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) to develop […]