Calix is a leader in Project LEILAC (Low Emissions Intensity Lime and Cement) due to be completed in 2020.
Alongside HeidelbergCement, Cemex, Lhoist and Tarmac, Project LEILAC utilises Calix technology – changing the way the limestone is heated – to enable direct capture of the limestone-produced carbon dioxide.Learn more
Hydrogen is a gas that, when burned, produces only water as an emission.
Calix technology is being developed to enable hydrogen production with carbon capture. Calix is also part of Project ASCENT, which addresses the need for original ideas to reduce the energy penalty associated with capturing carbon dioxide during power generation.
Maritime transport emits around one billion tonnes of CO2 annually.
Calix technology is being developed to capture sulphur and carbon dioxide emissions in ships with a system called RECAST.
Calix is currently seeking funding to develop RECAST.
The increased interest in electric vehicles and the need for efficient, cheap, and high-capacity electricity storage means there is a global demand for better batteries. There will be a need to create advanced materials for lithium ion batteries that deliver superior performance at a fraction of the cost, with improved ease-of-recycling.
Calix is developing advanced materials for lithium ion batteries.Learn more
Solving global challenges has been the basis of our passion and our business for over a decade, in our quest to become a leading global innovator of industrial solutions for the environment.
Because there is only one Earth.
Mars is for quitters!
Calix’s solutions for Reducing CO2 Emissions help us contribute to many global goals, particularly SDG 13 – taking urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts.
Our Sustainability Series dives deeper into each of these challenges and explains how Calix contributes.Read our Sustainability Series