Green Minerals is mentioned in a Norwegian report of Industrial Green Tech & Bergfald Environmental Consultants about the options of replacing oil by CO2. Page 143 of the report explains how CO2 can be converted into magnesium carbonate in which the process of Green Minerals is explained. You can download the full report here
What has Amazon, Elton John, Microsoft, Norway and Nestlé in common? With the use of renewable energy the climate targets are far from being achieved. The active removal of CO2 from the atmosphere can offer a solution. The magic word is olivine. A negative CO2 footprint even comes within reach. Read this article (in Dutch) […]
During the three-year research project CO2MIN, HeidelbergCement and RWTH Aachen University will explore the reaction of CO2 by the minerals olivine and basalt. HeidelbergCement and RWTH are supported by the Potsdam Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies (IASS) and the Dutch start-up Green Minerals. The Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) is funding the project, which began on 1 June […]
Klaske Postma of Regeneration Design gave on the Climate Innovation Experience in Utrecht an explanation about Green Minerals. Klaske assists Green Minerals in visibility, making the scientific process of Green Minerals understandable for a broad audience. Thank you Start the Future for making this video and thank you EIT Climate-KIC for having us.
Green Minerals is very proud to win this award. During the Kiemt autumn convention Jan Terlouw himself reached out the prize and said that it is a fantastic scalable project. During the convention, there was more attention for olivine and the possibilities of the mineral. Dr. Ir. Jos P.M. Vink of Deltares is senior specialist […]
We’re proud to be featured as one of the 285 startup solutions for the energy transition. The book contains a wide array of fascinating and innovative companies offering all kinds of forward-thinking solutions. Read the book put together by StartupDelta and Postcode Lottery Green Challenge (Green Minerals is on page 109).
Terlouw a physicist by occupation, worked in his early life as researcher for three different institutes. Terlouw was elected as a Member of the House of Representatives after the Dutch general election of 1971. Nowadays Terlouw is retired. With his speeches he pleads for a more humanity and trustful society with respect for our planet and nature. For Green Minerals it […]
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The report: “Op weg naar een klimaatneutrale infrasector in Nederland” (Towards a climate-neutral infrastructure sector in the Netherlands) is mentioning the process of Green Minerals as serious solution for CO2 reduction of concrete. Stichting Klimaatvriendelijk Aanbesteden & Ondernemen (SKAO) and TU Delft are researching with support of MVI-Energie, which innovations and measures in the chain are […]
Recently, a Dutch site ‘Het Nieuwe Produceren’ published an article about CO2 usage options. Het Nieuwe Produceren is a platform with industrial progress as startingpoint. The platform provides information about developments and innovations that make the industry more sustainable, smarter and safer. The article is mentioning ‘ CO2 usage by mineralisation’. A translated quote: “There is […]