Holcim US to trial GTI Energy and Ohio State University’s carbon capture technology

Holcim US to trial GTI Energy and Ohio State University’s carbon capture technology

Holcim US, in partnership with The Ohio State University and GTI Energy, will install membrane carbon capture technology at its Holly Hill, South Carolina, cement plant. The project is partly funded by a US$7m the US Department of Energy. The partners aim to capture 99% of the plant’s CO₂ emissions.

GTI Energy vice president of carbon management and conversion Don Stevenson said “This project will showcase the power of collaboration and innovation in tackling the complex challenge of transitioning to cleaner energy systems. The development and implementation of cost-effective carbon capture technologies are key to meeting our decarbonisation goals.”