CRH Energy production relies on low value carbon sources as carbon input, primarily CO2. What makes CRH Energy incredibly versatile, is that the CO2 required for CRH energy production can be derived from both “Captured CO2” and “Atmospheric CO2”. Captured CO2 refers to the large number of initiatives in progress around the world to avoid the release of CO2 to the atmosphere from operations that use Fossil Energy (such as factories and power plants).
Atmospheric CO2 refers to the CO2 that is found in the air we breathe and has been increasing dramatically due to the CO2 produced by the human use of Fossil Energy. A significant amount of the CO2 we release cannot be effectively captured (e.g., automobile exhaust, homes, buildings). Hence, it is very important that CRH utilize CO2 both from large “Point Sources” from where CO2 can be captured to avoid being emitted to the atmosphere, as well as from the atmosphere itself.