Our CEO, James Stephenson, wrote an opinion piece for Decarbonisation Technology discussing “Metal-organic frameworks for Carbon Capture”.

The article explores how metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) have the potential to make carbon capture and storage accessible to a larger number of industries in both a cost-effective and energy-efficient way.

MOFs have been around for several decades, but have historically been difficult to manufacture in large quantities and at a reasonable cost.

Promethean Particles is pioneering the use of proprietary continuous-flow processing to manufacture MOFs at the scale and cost to facilitate next-generation CCS on a global scale.

Click here to download the article.