GTI Energy, a leader in carbon management technologies, has been selected for new funding from the U.S. Department of Energy for a project that will advance innovative carbon management technologies.

GTI Energy will demonstrate its advanced ROTA-CA carbon capture technology at U. S. Steel’s Edgar Thomson steel mill in Braddock, Pa. The project will assess the readiness of carbon capture technology for commercial scale-up and widescale deployment. ROTA-CAP is GTI Energy’s modular, scalable, integrated industrial carbon capture system that uses novel approaches to intensify the carbon capture process, reducing the size and cost compared to current processes.

“GTI Energy is not merely testing innovative carbon management solutions, we are demonstrating their real-world viability and economic potential,” said Don Stevenson, vice president of carbon management and conversion for GTI Energy.