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Introducing new technology to India

Carbfix is in India to collaborate and combat climate change, engaging with high-emission sectors like manufacturing, steel production, and power generation.

The abundance of basaltic rock in India is a key attraction for Carbfix, offering efficient and sustainable carbon storage. India's vast basaltic reserves provide an opportunity for Carbfix to scale up operations, contributing significantly to global emission reduction targets.

Carbfix aims to form strategic partnerships with Indian companies in hard-to-abate sectors, providing cost-effective, eco-friendly solutions to reduce carbon footprints. Through collaboration, Carbfix and these companies aim to drive innovation, accelerate sustainable practices, and make meaningful strides in addressing climate change. This visit underscores Carbfix's commitment to expanding globally and finding sustainable climate solutions.

Carbfix officials are currently participating in the Nordic-Baltic Eight (NB8) event that aligns with Carbfix's global expansion strategy, leveraging the technological powerhouse of the NB8 region. The ongoing "CII India Nordic Baltic Business Conclave" seeks to facilitate partnerships and dialogue on key sectors, and lay the groundwork for potential policy changes, emphasizing Carbfix's commitment to sustainable climate solutions through international collaboration.

Edda Björk Ragnarsdóttir, Business Development and Commercialisation at Carbfix in a panel discussion at the CII India Nordic Baltic Business Conclave event.

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