|Carbon Sciences Featured on Reuters Television in "California Company Turns Greenhouse Gas Into Fuel" News Segment |
|News Segment Now Available to Global Audience of Reuters' Clientele Seeking Unique “Innovations” Content |
Santa Barbara, CA - March 30, 2010 - Carbon Sciences, Inc. (CABN), the developer of a breakthrough technology to recycle carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions into gasoline and other portable fuels, today announced a news segment by Reuters Television compiled at the company's Santa Barbara, CA headquarters was debuted recently to all Reuters subscribers via the news organization's "Innovations" feed.
“Reuters is a highly respected source of news and information for television stations around the world,” said Byron Elton, CEO, Carbon Sciences, Inc. “We’re are thrilled that they featured our CO2 to fuel technology as a powerful solution to the energy and climate challenges facing the world today.”
Titled “California company turns greenhouse gas into fuel,” the segment features commentary from Carbon Sciences’ CEO, Byron Elton and CTO, Dr. Naveed Aslam who explained how the technology works and how it differs from past attempts to transform this greenhouse gas into portable fuel.
Aided by an animation of the conversion process at a molecular level, Elton explains Carbon Sciences’ competitive edge to viewers of this story, “One of the most important breakthroughs is our Smart Particle Technology. It’s a nano-scale housing where enzymes perform their missions for extended periods of time and much more efficiently. That’s the challenge for anyone who’s ever tried to do this, and it’s our secret sauce if you will.”
With far reaching implications for carbon emitters looking to reduce their pollution levels, the emerging CO2 recycling industry has become an attractive option for its cyclical model as Dr. Aslam explained to Reuters, “This essentially becomes a loop. You basically burn the fuel, you generate CO2, you capture it, you bring it back, you create the fuel and again you put it into your energy generating system.”
Reuters Television is a comprehensive global wire service, which offers up-to-the-minute international news, regional coverage, and features to all regions of the world via satellite. The North American headquarters for Reuters Television is in Washington, D.C.
|Date: Tuesday, March 30, 2010|
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