We had a vision for a new solution to remove excess carbon dioxide in our atmosphere. A practical solution that will make a real impact on climate change and return the balance to our environment.
The journey towards our vision started when COOL ENGINEERING was established in Sydney Australia. COOL's founder has successfully developed an Inventive patent for a process to take CO2 from the atmosphere and industrial sources such as steel and cement, while also producing valuable hydrocarbon products.
Since then we have been working on our project with the goal of reducing harmful carbon dioxide emissions.
We are resident members of the nandin community ( https://www.ansto.gov.au ) that applies science, technology, research and innovation to create solutions that solve the unmet challenges and problems in our world.
WHAT WE DO
Develop inventive engineering for removing CO2 from the environment.
CO2 IS SOARING TO RECORD HIGHS
Every day millions of tons of CO2 are entering our atmosphere. Climate change due to excess carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is now recognised as a critical issue facing the world. Risks to health, livelihoods, food security, water supply are projected to increase with this climate change.
Current approaches to capture and storage have so far been impractical and not cost effective. In some cases these attempts have caused even more damage to our fragile environment through the need to store unwanted and potentially dangerous products.
WE WANT TO RETURN THE BALANCE
At COOL ENGINEERING, we have not only found a way to remove CO2 from our atmosphere and industrial sources, but also use it to produce valuable hydrocarbon products in a contiguous process. This has the potential to change how CO2 affects our planet by addressing not only current but future emissions. It will also reduce the need for industry to extract new natural resources while providing revenue sources from its outputs.
IN THE NEWS
COOL ENGINEERING was founded in order to return the balance to our environment. One look at what is happening in our world will show you why we are so passionate about what we do.