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Halifax company named winner of Carbon XPRIZE; technology was tested in Calgary

Halifax company named winner of Carbon XPRIZE; technology was tested in Calgary
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A Canadian company that has developed a process to reduce emissions from concrete production is one of the two grand-prize winners of the $20-million NRG COSIA Carbon XPRIZE .

Halifax-based company CarbonCure — whose breakthrough technology can be used to retrofit existing concrete plants so they consume carbon dioxide as part of their normal production process — will take home one of two $7.5-million grand prize purses. (In Round 2, a $2.5-million prize purse was shared equally between the five finalists in two separate competition tracks).
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