CRIN funds Ontario carbon conversion project

A fourth project has earmarked for funding for the Clean Resource Innovation Network (CRIN)’s Low Emission Fuels and Products technology competition.

Burlington-based Universal Matter Inc. (UMI) has been identified for up to $5.8 million in support of its Conversion of Carbon Waste Streams to High-Value Graphene via Flash Joule Heating Process project.

UMI will implement its flash joule heating process to produce graphene by upcycling the solid carbon by-product stream generated from Suncor Energy Inc.’s hydrogen production process.

The total investment of the Low Emission Fuels and Products technology competition is now sitting at $30.6 million.

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