Combining Technologies to Produce Reliable Carbon-Negative Energy

As a result of rapid simultaneous advances in technologies in several complementary areas including power generation with carbon capture, biochar production, conversion of CO2 to renewable fuel fuel, direct air capture, energy storage and renewable energy, companies can enhance their facilities and increase their profits by combining these complementary technologies. Given below is a 3.5 min. introductory animation and four examples of how different sectors can combine technologies:

1. Webpage: Business Opportunities Creating Large-Scale Carbon Emissions Mitigation,
    Generating Reliable Power While Creating Negative Carbon Emissions – Animated Intro Video (3.5 min.):

2. How Oil & Gas Companies Can Profitably Create Carbon-Negative Energy – published in on Jan 05, 2022:

3. How to Profitably Create Carbon-Negative Energy from Biomass published in Biomass Magazine on April 13, 2022:
    Combining complementary technologies can enable a profitable transition to a low-carbon economy

4. Webpage: Generating Reliable Power & Low-Carbon Fuel from Biomass While Creating Negative Carbon Emissions,
    Combining a Hydrocarbon Fueled Power Plant with Renewable Energy Farms, Energy Storage and Low-Carbon Fuel Production

5) Webpage: Opportunity for Rapid Large-Scale Carbon Emissions Mitigation, Short-link: ClimateSAN/cem 

An important feature of these combination of technologies is it is not dependent on any one company’s technology. As a result, organizations that want to implement one of these combination of technologies have many choices and should choose their best options.

From our research, we feel that the fastest way to implement climate mitigation on an adequate scale is to combine available technologies in a logical way.  After a substantial facility becomes operational, it can be re-financed with a Green Bond that institutional investors can purchase.  This enables the original investors to get their capital back and build their next facility.  There are many buyers of Green Bonds these days.  For example, the members of The Glasgow Financial Alliance for Net Zero (GFANZ), which includes firms that collectively have over US$130 trillion under management, would likely be buyers of these bonds.
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