telidyne is working on developing carbon dioxide capture Solutions
The seriousness of greenhouse gas impact on climate change has made carbon capture technology among the most important in the near future. Telidyne's MSCR carbon capture technology process would introduce carbon dioxide gas into a reactor containing liquid metal catalyst in a solvent. When electricity from an external source is introduced into the reactor, a reaction starts at the optimum temprature to break down carbon dioxide molecules into oxygen and solid carbon. Telidyne plans to develop a prototype reactor and study various catalyst and solvents to determine the optimum reaction conditions with least input of energy. Preliminary research in the industry has shown that this approach for caputring carbon dioxide is quite energy efficient and provides high conversion efficiency.