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  • GEA Carbon Capture chosen to join the Carbon Removal accelerator

    We are very exited to have passed through to stage two of the Carbon Removal accelerator. This gives us access to expert advice, direct connection to customers and also funding opportunities in the carbon removal industry. Being elected to phase two confirms that external experts accept our ocean CDR approach to be an important contribution to explore and test in order to find solutions to the ever pressing problems of global warming.

  • Gea275 selected as one of 100 startups to the Blue Invest Readiness Assistance

    Being selected as one of the start-ups for the cycle 5 of the Blue Invest Readiness Assistance proves that our technologies are important contributions in reaching the goals of the EU long term sustainability strategies. With the help of our mentor Drazen Nikolic, we are developing documentation and strategies necessary to increase our investment readiness. Although we have a strong and knowledgeable team, we find it very encouraging and motivating to get the tailored assistance in reaching the ultimate goals of the program, to be eligible for up to EUR 2 mill in EU grants.

  • Stasa Puskaric, the Croatian professor in the Ice on Fire documentary

    Exiting things are happening and in June 2017 our very own Dr. Staša Puškarić was filmed and interviewed by Director Leila Conners for the ICE ON FIRE feature documentary filmed by Harun Mehmedinović, produced by Leonardo DiCaprio’s Appian Way ProductionsTree Media Group, and Home Box Office (HBO). This documentary highlights potential global solutions to the worlds most pressing environmental problems. Dr. Stasa Puskaric explains how marine snow, and our GEA@275 technology can be used as a drawdown method.

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