Captimise is 100% technology independent.
Our mission is to cut the cost of CCS.
In Europe and North America.
We help CO2 emitters to find the most suitable and cost efficient technologies for the full chain from capture, liquefaction, buffer storage, transport to permanent storage or utilization.
The emitters are Power plants, WTE Plants, CHP plants, Cement plants, Refineries and Pulp&Paperplants.
Here are a few voices from some studies.
Thanks to Captimise we have the confidence to proceed with our CCS project
Jonas Cognell Senior Energy Strategist, Göteborg Energi
Captimise´s experience in CCS facilitated a rapid acquisition of knowledge in our project
Marianne Allmyr, Energistrateg, MälarEnergi
Captimise contributed crucial knowledge and experience in the design of the research plant
Erik Dahlén, Research Manager, Stockholm Exergi
Captimise helped us identify the next steps to scale up our CCU project
Ylva Andersson, Project Manager, Jämtkraft
Växjö Energi is very satisfied with the cooperation
Julia Ahlrot, Head of Strategy and Public Affairs, Växjö Energi AB
Those are planning BECCS, CCS and CCUS systems. The emitters have been Power plants, CHP plants, WTE plants, Pulp&Paper plants, Cement plants, Refineries.
May 22, 2023
European Conference on Carbon Capture, Storage and Reuse took place in Copenhagen in May 2023 and we had the opportunity to not only participate but as well present our scope of work when it comes to feasibility studies covering the whole CCUS value chain.
July 22, 2022
Captimise’ work attract much interest in the bioenergy business field across Europe. One should understand though, that whether a customer contemplate a Carbon Capture and Storage solution (CCS), or a combination with Carbon Capture and Utilization (CCU) - in both cases the transportation cost is particularly important.
May 6, 2022
Energy from Waste plants (EfW) will need to cut their CO2 emissions.Captimise, in collaboration with KLIMPO, represented by Karolina Unger as the moderator, shown above, arranged a 2-hour streamed webinar on how CCS can enable EfW plants to tackle climate change.
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