UK-based Levidian, announced that it will start trialing its LOOP device together with National Grid. The device docks into existing infrastructure to strip carbon from gas flow, which could help businesses and national infrastructures to decarbonize.
The LOOP basically takes methane and produces pure graphene and hydrogen. This helps reduces greenhouse gas emission, and also produces high quality materials. National Grid aims to use both materials - the hydrogen for power generation, and the graphene to coat its pipe network to reinforce it.