CCm Technologies Timeline
CCm Technologies has grown and developed in the sustainability market and has found itself to be a strong competitor within the carbon capture and utilisation sector. CCm continues to develop sustainable innovations and grow its business in order to provide solutions that aid the mitigation against climate change.
£2m of new funding from Innovate UK’s Sustainable Innovation Fund has been awarded to British carbon capture, utilisation and sequestration business CCm Technologies. The technology will be available to showcase at COP26 to demonstrate the UK’s leadership in zero-carbon innovations. The technology can accelerate emissions reduction efforts in some of the hardest sectors to decarbonise like agriculture.
This month CCm Technologies showcased the value of Carbon Capture technologies at Fieldays the Southern Hemisphere’s largest agricultural event, known for demonstrating cutting edge technology and innovation in the sector.
This morning CCm’s co-founder and CTO, Professor Peter Hammond, and Dr Ruben Sakrabani (Cranfield University) joined reporters from BBC’s “Farming Today” at Luton Hoo in Bedfordshire where our new fertiliser products, developed using carbon capture, are improving soil quality and soil health while reducing emission.
PepsiCo released their new “2020 Global Sustainability Report” yesterday. CCm is mentioned as one of the technology’s supporting their regenerative agriculture ambitions.
BBC Radio Four, in partnership with the Royal Geographical Society, presents 39 ideas to relieve the stress that climate change is exerting on the planet. CCm features as one of 39 ways to save the planet and this podcast featured in the run-up to COP26.
CCm very much welcomed the opportunity to give evidence to the House of Commons Environmental Audit Committee, chaired by the Rt Hon Philip Dunne MP, as it considers the role that Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanisms (CBAMs) could play in preventing Carbon leakage while also contributing to the UK meeting its environmental objectives.
HRH the Prince of Wales formally launched the Council in his keynote speech at the World Economic Forum in Davos. CCm is honoured to be one of the sixteen founder members of the Council.
CCm Technologies in partnership with Severn Trent has been awarded approximately £1 million government funding to explore new sustainable ways to recycle wastewater and convert it into a commercial product.
CCm is delighted to announce the first-of-a-kind deployment in the wastewater industry with Yorkshire Water:
- to recover Phosphate materials from the treatment cycle.
- substantially reduce capital investment and maintenance costs for the water utility.
- whilst efficiently recycling nutrients back into the Circular Economy as “Climate Positive“ fertilisers.
Walkers to cut carbon emissions by improving circular economy with potatoes
- Walkers is introducing innovative technology to manufacture low-carbon, nutrient-rich
fertiliser using potato peelings, in partnership with CCm Technologies.
- The fertiliser will be supplied to UK farmers growing potatoes for Walkers crisps from next
year, helping to close the loop and improve soil health.
- Use of the fertiliser is expected to reduce Walkers’ carbon emissions from growing
potatoes by 70%.
CCm Technologies has successfully completed a series A funding round, led by Whittington Investments and secured capital to continue growing our award-winning work.
CCm Technologies was delighted to welcome HRH the Prince of Wales to their Swindon facility on Thursday 19th December. The Prince of Wales met senior representatives from the UK water utility and wastewater industry to discuss solutions to some of the circular economy challenges facing the sector.
CO2 Power Generation.
Plastic Polymer Technology.
Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage to fertiliser production.
CCm Technologies was established by four founding directors; Professor Peter Hammond, Pawel Kisielewski, Gordon Horsfield and Richard Morse.