The Telegraph: British inventor close to ‘Holy Grail’ of carbon capture at zero cost

Published in The Telegraph on 2nd August 2017, written by Ambrose Evans-Pritchard and referencing Teesside Collective 

Rodney Allam is a soft-spoken Englishman of the old school. He does his maths with pen and paper. He uses a slide-rule.

Yet if anybody can mitigate the ‘fat-tail’ risk of irreversible climate damage over the next twenty years it is this septuagenarian inventor in his garden near Bath.

We will find out within months whether his untested ‘Allam Cycle’ can achieve the impossible: to extract CO2 emissions from a fossil fuel power plant at no extra cost, or even at a tidy profit…

To view the full article: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2017/08/02/british-inventor-close-holy-grail-carbon-capture-zero-cost/