Leading venture-backed and emerging businesses with low carbon solutions give short presentations before taking questions from conference delegates.
Matt Stevenson, CFO, Inventys
Trevor Best, CEO, Syzygy Plasmonics
Tim Latimer, CEO, Fervo Energy
General Electric’s (GE – Free Report) unit, GE Gas Power, has entered into a joint development agreement (JDA) with the Canadian company, Svante, to develop and evaluate solid sorbent-based carbon capture technology for natural gas power generation applications. Simultaneously, GE made an equity investment in Svante for the latter’s U.S. $318-million Series E fundraising round in December 2022.
Svante Inc., considered to be a leader in carbon capture technologies, and General Electric (GE) Gas Power have partnered to to decarbonize natural gas-fired turbines.
GE and Svante will collaborate to develop and evaluate innovative solid sorbent technologies for carbon capture from natural gas power generation GE’s commitment to carbon
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Venture capital investment slowed down in 2022 for many industries after reaching new highs in 2021, but that wasn’t the case for carbon mitigation. Last
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