CCm Technologies Ltd id delighted to have collaborated with Dr Janice Lake of The University of Sheffield's P3 Soil Science Centre on her report for the Journal of CO2 Utilization on the positive impact of CCm's fertiliser on overall soil health, particularly as it relates to:
• Soil degradation and its impact on agricultural production and global food security and;
• Access to fresh water and its potential constraints on food production.
PwC collaborated with Carbon Limiting Technologies to deliver the Scale Impact Cleantech programme to support high potential scale-up businesses redefining the cleantech sector.
Highlighted CCm's technology as a commercial reality today. Tom Heap, the BBC’s rural affairs correspondent talks to CCm’s CTO, Peter Hammond, between 05:50 mins to 09:00mins.
Inorganic fertiliser case study (Page 38 of main report)
“A few innovative companies are already seizing opportunities related to CO2 utilisation, and new and better processes are emerging.”
“I’m really excited that we have used funds from the Energy Entrepreneurs Fund to support this innovative project – to use waste resources and CO2 to reduce the cost and carbon footprint of fertiliser production. Projects like this can help us meet our climate change targets and drive clean economic growth.”
“Enhancements of both yield promotion and “greenness” were virtually identical to those observed with a commercial N fertiliser.