29 Jul 2020
TP Group signs carbon capture partnership agreement with Cullum Detuners
tpgroup, the provider of mission-critical solutions for a more secure world has signed a partnership agreement with Cullum Detuners to work on carbon capture projects.
This alliance will develop end-to-end solutions to capture CO₂ from power generation facilities in order to control their emissions and contribute to decarbonisation goals, with an added option to turn captured CO₂ into a secondary fuel rather than storing it. The joint team are currently working on project opportunities across the UK, Middle East and the U.S.
Cullum is a world leader in the provision of acoustic enclosures, filtration, exhaust and emission control systems for industrial gas turbines and other turbo-machinery. They help organisations to reduce their carbon footprint by controlling harmful emissions with carbon dioxide filtration, or improving system efficiency by modernisation or waste heat recovery.
As the technology partner to Cullum, tpgroup brings over 40-years’ experience of developing and deploying advanced carbon capture systems with a range of solutions, configurations and sorbent materials. These are used to capture CO₂ from the atmosphere efficiently, and in a safe and reliable manner. This capability was originally developed to help submariners work comfortably hundreds of metres below sea level, and has evolved to capture carbon across all sectors – from industrial applications and hypobaric chambers to small submersible vehicles and space craft.
Jon Constable, tpgroup’s Group Technology & Engineering Director, said: “We are delighted to be partnering with Cullum as we believe this offers a significant game changer within the carbon capture market. Our market-leading technology and experience, combined with Cullum’s world class systems and capability, means that we can offer a compelling and proven proposition to carbon capture.”
Mark Jansen, Managing Director of Cullum Detuners; said: “This partnership brings together two world class organisations with over 80-years’ combined experience in CO₂ capture. In collaboration, we can develop innovative solutions that help organisations reduce their carbon footprint in support of the Net-Zero 2050 target.”