- Our technology has the potential to provide lower carbon transport for everyone
- We began working on mobile carbon capture in 2010
- Capturing the CO2 at source so it never reaches the air
- Successfully demonstrated in cars and pickups, being validated in trucks; our next focus will be marine transport
For over 140 years, the internal combustion engine has been the heartbeat of our planet, moving billions of people, goods, and materials across the world in cars, trucks, ships, planes and trains. And the future will be no different, as more countries globally move themselves out of poverty and consume more energy.
Current estimates predict that there will be 1.7 billion vehicles using internal combustion engines by 2040. This clearly poses huge challenges for both our natural resources and the environment – particularly in terms of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions and impending targets on carbon neutrality.
So how do you develop practical solutions for reducing emissions, at a reasonable cost, and with only minimal impact on vehicle performance?