UK’s Cleantech Company ‘Levidian’ Signed 700-Million Pounds Deal To Remove CO2e in UAE

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Levidian, cleantech company of the United Kingdom, has now signed an export deal of 700 million pounds with Zero Carbon Ventures for the company’s LOOP devices for being used in the country of UAE for cutting half a million tonnes of the CO2e (carbon dioxide equivalent).

This deal is going to see the LOOP devices of Levidian deployed across 500 sites in the country of UAE over the upcoming ten years in the oil and gas companies and the government agencies and the first is going to be located at a site in the region of Abu Dhabi. This deal is going to be creating 100 new jobs in the region of Cambridge where the company has been headquartered and its LOOP devices is going to be made.

The LOOP devices of Levidian use a patented process for cracking the methane into the constituent atoms, carbon and hydrogen without the additives or catalysts, and the technology of Levidian is being trialed by the National Grid in the United Kingdom.

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John Hartley, chief executive officer of Levidian said that, LOOP has been at the company’s powerful when the decarbonizing the waste gas for generating the hydrogen and graphene and methane has been the most potent greenhouse gas and the mission of Levidian has been to turn the gas into a powerful gas and mission of the company has been to turn this gas to a powerful tool for the de-carbonization.

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