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Durham, North Carolina-based 8 Rivers Capital, a winning company, seeks to trap atmospheric carbon dioxide in calcium carbonate crystals, similar to how the gas dissolved in the ocean helps form seashells and limestone.
Mar 7, 2022
U.S. clean technology firm 8 Rivers Capital has secured $100 million in investment from South Korea's SK Group and will form a joint venture to deploy zero-emissions projects in the Asia-Pacific region.
Mar 7, 2022
8 Rivers Capital, LLC announced a USD$100 million investment from SK Group, along with the establishment of an 8 Rivers-SK joint venture to focus on decarbonization of Korean and key Asian markets. This investment establishes 8 Rivers as the premier Net Zero solutions company globally for industrial decarbonization, offering innovative solutions that are deployment-ready today and will help drive global decarbonization through 2050. This represents one of the largest single private investments in a carbon capture solutions provider to date, and was announced at S&P Global’s CERA Week by IHS Markit
Mar 3, 2022
Johnson Matthey (JM) and 8 River Capital will collaborate towards commercializing an innovative clean hydrogen process. By pooling together significant hydrogen production knowledge, the innovative LCH and 8RH2 integrated solution allows for an efficient method in producing clean hydrogen and is also readily available to be deployed today
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Nov 9, 2021
28 companies, including 8 Rivers, Shell, BP, and Siemens among others, pledge to accelerate use of decarbonized hydrogen at COP26
Oct 19, 2021
UK Government has officially selected the East Coast Cluster as a track 1 cluster for sequestering CO2 in the mid 2020’s
July 23, 2020
8 Rivers Capital Wins Seven Department of Energy Carbon Capture Grants Worth Over $30 Million To Develop World-Leading Technologies for Low-to-Negative Carbon Power
Durham Announces Partners for Innovation Partnership Program – Four Startup Companies to Bring New Ideas into City Hall, including 8 Rivers Networks