February 28, 2024

SA&M Client Equatic Inc.’s Climate Solution Named One of Time Magazine’s Top Inventions of 2023

Stubbs Alderton & Markiles is proud to announce that its client Equatic Inc.’s technology, which leverages seawater to capture and store atmospheric CO2 while producing green hydrogen, was recently named a top invention by Time Magazine.

Equatic’s technology, developed at UCLA's Institute for Carbon Management, showcases the incredible potential of innovative solutions in combatting climate change. The remarkable process accelerates and expands the ocean’s natural ability to reduce and remove atmospheric carbon dioxide.

We are honored to be associated with Equatic and its innovative efforts.

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Updated on Feb. 28, 2024
Equatic is expanding its efforts after successful pilot launches in Los Angeles and Singapore, with plans for a $20 million full-scale demonstration plant called "Equatic-1." Supported by Singapore’s national water agency PUB, the National Research Foundation (NRF), Singapore, and UCLA’s Institute for Carbon Management (ICM), the project aims to build the world’s largest ocean-based carbon dioxide removal plant in Tuas, Singapore, over the next 18 months. The endeavor involves a multi-disciplinary team from ICM and Equatic focused on scaling up the technology and conducting research at PUB’s research and development facility.

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