Tweets in the Spotlight
We are extremely proud to have been featured in an ADVANCED SCIENCE NEWS article that was published today by Prof. Geoffrey Ozin of the University of Toronto.— Co2Rail (@co2rail) June 14, 2021
Thank you to everyone for supporting us on our journey to #GigatonBy2030@AdvSciNewshttps://t.co/p9jPzbRKSr
GE developed a Locomotive that uses Hybrid, Regenerative Braking Energy to supply a Train with additional Motive Power.— Co2Rail (@co2rail) June 8, 2021
Our system uses this same kind of Train hybrid energy to remove #CO2 from the #environment.
Follow @co2rail for updates… https://t.co/56yNQAWLAh
“Rail uses around 90% less energy than trucks per unit of freight and is the only transport mode offering serious competition with trucks for land-based freight.”#ClimateAction#ClimateCrisis#carbonneutral#carbonnegativehttps://t.co/f0J9iBh5Uw— Co2Rail (@co2rail) May 28, 2021
ADDED to already running #Trains in regular service to— Co2Rail (@co2rail) June 7, 2021
REMOVE #CO2 from the #environment. This is the future of #CarbonNegative Direct Air Carbon Capture and Storage Technology.
Follow us at @co2rail for updates… pic.twitter.com/gCNxHHmN0U
Rather than compound the problem with the solution, our L.E.M. Technology takes in the Locomotive Exhaust to be scrubbed of CO₂.— Co2Rail (@co2rail) June 1, 2021
This takes the already most efficient form of scale transportation and makes it nearly carbon-neutral in its operation to be CARBON-NEGATIVE… pic.twitter.com/tShTKIPoTW
For decades, Rail has been using Dynamic Braking systems to help stop Trains.— Co2Rail (@co2rail) May 27, 2021
Also for decades, this substantial amount of Energy has been turned into heat, blown out the top of Locomotives and wasted.
Our Next-Gen N.E.T. uses this Energy for DACCS to remove CO₂ from the air. pic.twitter.com/DXeKhfQ8iL