Ecospray launches three new carbon capture technologies in the maritime sector

Archetti: “The path towards decarbonisation will be characterised by a series of different solutions, with the first on-board tests taking place by the end of 2022”

Reduction of CO2 emissions through the use of amines, calcium hydroxide or molten carbonate fuel cells: these are three innovative carbon capture technologies developed by Ecospray for the marine sector, and presented today in Genoa.

For shipping, the goal of zero CO2 emissions by 2050 set by the IMO-International Maritime Organization is very clear, but the roads that lead there are less so. The vision of Ecospray was clearly articulated today by the president, Maurizio Archetti during the NAV conference in Genoa.

Speaking alongside Barbara Bosio, Professor of Applied Physical Chemistry at the University of Genoa, at the event organised by ATENA-Associazione Italiana di Tecnica Navale (Italian Association of Naval Technology) uniting leading experts in technologies for shipping from 15 to 17 June, Archetti described the company’s three solutions in detail, explaining how these are the result of extensive research and development by Ecospray, which already boasts extensive experience and has achieved significant results in the sector.

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