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Carbon Sciences’ President Byron Elton Appears on CleanSkies Network to Discuss Company’s New Milestone Developments

   
Internet Television Network Devoted Exclusively to Energy and the Environment Highlights Company’s Reduced CO2-to-Fuel Reaction Time and Increased Life of the Key Enzyme Responsible for Breakthrough Process

Santa Barbara, CA - July 13, 2009 - Carbon Sciences, Inc. (CABN), the developer of a breakthrough technology to recycle carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions into gasoline and other fuels, announced that Byron Elton, the company’s President and CEO, last week made his third appearance on the popular online energy and environment network, CleanSkies, during the “The Energy Report” with Susan McGinnis, the former anchor of the CBS Morning News and correspondent for CBS' The Early Show. The clip can be viewed at: http://cleanskies.com/videos/byron-elton-carbon-sciences-talks-carbon-recycling

In the interview, Elton discussed how alternative, innovative uses of CO2, like Carbon Sciences' technology, have come to the forefront, following increased global objection to carbon. Elton explains the benefits of turning CO2 "back into something they can use rather than hiding it," during the in-depth interview, "there is another solution, something you can do with the CO2, in our case turning it right back into the exact same fuels we are using in the same infrastructure and the same supply chain"

During the segment, Elton described the benefits of the company’s two recent milestone advancements that have not only significantly accelerated the pace of commercialization of their breakthrough CO2-to-Fuel process but also increased the scalability and decreased the costs of building and operating an industrial scale carbon dioxide recycling plant.

“In recent months, we’ve made huge strides with regard to the advancement of our technology: First, by developing an enzyme encapsulation technology that increases the functional life of key enzymes, allowing for more turns per enzyme. Secondly, by reducing the reaction time of its CO2-to-Fuel process from hours to minutes,” said Byron Elton.

As Elton explained further, “We are developing the most efficient, viable, sustainable fuel technology in the world," said Elton.

Based in the Washington, D.C. metro area, the CleanSkies Network news-driven public forums are a project of the American Clean Skies Foundation, a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit educational foundation and think tank devoted to research and debate on clean energy. Clean Skies News also airs the audio of “The Energy Report” on CBS Radio in Washington, D.C.



Date: Monday, July 13, 2009


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