Introducing Carbodiner, an innovative solution to combat climate change and create a sustainable future for our planet!
The name Carbodiner is an acronym representing the core components of this transformative approach: Carbon Dioxide for Negative Emissions and Reduction. We see ourselves as a diner that offers carbon source with negative lifecycle emissions for the carbon-based industry.
Carbodiner is a pioneering company with a unique business model centered on the production of carbon-negative carbon dioxide. Utilizing an innovative method known as electric calcination, the company produces pure carbon dioxide along with zero-emission lime.
Carbodiner achieves carbon negativity through a process of ocean liming, also known as Ocean Alkalinity Enhancement. In this process, lime is dispersed in seawater where it binds nearly double the amount of carbon dioxide formed in the calcination, creating a net carbon sink and mitigating the effects of atmospheric carbon dioxide.
Furthermore, the carbon dioxide produced via Carbodiner methods is reduced to carbon monoxide, a gas with substantial applications in various industrial processes. This carbon monoxide can be used as is, or it can be further converted into renewable fuels, offering a promising path towards a sustainable energy future.
Significantly, Carbodine's method of reduction enhances the efficiency ratio of hydrogen downstream products, positioning this technique at the forefront of sustainable industrial practices.
Through this pioneering approach, Carbodiner is leading the way in carbon capture technology, offering solutions that not only combat climate change but also drive new opportunities in the renewable energy sector. We are working towards a cleaner, greener, and more sustainable world for all.
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