Wärtsilä CSS technology sees strong interest

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Wärtsilä has reported overwhelming response on its carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology that has the potential to upgrade current scrubber systems to tackle maritime carbon dioxide emissions.  Initial findings by the company show that CCS on ships is technically viable for the sector to pursue. Last month Wärtsilä  invested €1m in Soletair Power Oy, a Finnish CO2 direct air capture technology company that has developed a breakthrough solution for capturing CO2 from air in buildings that can be used when creating synthetic renewable fuel. Wärtsilä is installing a 1MW pilot plant at its test facility in Moss, Norway.

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