Two Indian engineers have solved one of the biggest hurdles in the fight to make lower carbon-emissions targets a reality

Signal of change / Two Indian engineers have solved one of the biggest hurdles in the fight to make lower carbon-emissions targets a reality

By Gwyneth Marcelo / 16 Jan 2017

Exciting stuff - Two Indian engineers make something valuable from coal's CO2 emissions.

Two Indian engineers have solved one of the biggest hurdles in the fight to make lower carbon-emissions targets a reality

It's a chemical engineer's job to chase pipe dreams. Unlike many of their fellow engineers though, Aniruddha Sharma and Prateek Bumb have something to show for their many years of toil. The company they founded in 2009, called Carbon Clean Solutions, has created a crucial technology the world needs to reach the low carbon-emissions targets...



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