As companies and countries race to net zero emissions, it is innovations in technology that will drive them there faster. Calix is an Australian company working on carbon capture through their core “kiln” technology.

The company claims that the kiln works by separating CO2 by flash heating minerals in external reactors and using it to reduce emissions in CO2 intensive industries including lime and cement production. 

According to Dr Phil Hodgson, CEO of Calix, the global cement and lime industry produces eight per cent of the world’s CO2 emissions, where the CO2 is derived from the rock itself. 

In today’s minicast, Hodgson speaks to Boardroom.Media CEO Will Canty to discuss their CO2 emission mitigation technology

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