London Global Mining Investment Conference 2010
Developing scalable CO2 capture technology
Michael Priestnall - Cambridge Carbon Capture
Developing scalable CO2 capture technology from Objective Capital Conferences

About Michael Priestnall

Michael Priestnall is a materials chemist and founder of Cambridge Carbon Capture, an early-stage developer of mineral carbonation technology for CCS and low-carbon minerals processing applications. Michael was a co-founder and CTO of CMR Fuel Cells plc (Carbon Trust Innovator of 2005), and before that led Energy Consulting at business consultancy Scientific Generics (now Sagentia) in Cambridge. For eight years he was head of development of advanced ceramics for fuel cells and superconductors with Cookson Group, and has also worked for TWI and for the Halcrow Group. Michael is a director of Polysolar Ltd (a developer of transparent PV glazing) and a consultant to Cenex (Centre of Excellence in Low Carbon &aamp; Fuel Cell Technology). Michael was a British Gas Research Scholar in ceramic fuel cells at Royal School of Mines, Imperial College.