Darrell Proctor of Power reports that Honeywell and the University of Texas at Austin have joined together to advance new carbon capture technology.
- Honeywell and UT-Austin will partner together to develop carbon capture technology.
- UT’s innovative carbon capture technology allows facilities to capture CO2 at a lower cost and with more efficient equipment.
- Honeywell has committed to reach net zero emissions by 2050 and is currently dedicating around half of its research and development budget to advance technologies that improve the well-being of the environment and society.
- The private sector is advancing durable climate solutions.
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