27 Sep Carbon Engineering team receives Canada’s Clean50 and Clean16 Awards for 2019
We are pleased to announce that the CE team has received Canada’s 2019 Clean50 and Clean16 Awards for demonstrated leadership in sustainability through the development of our Direct Air Capture and AIR TO FUELS™ technology.
Announced annually by Delta Management Group and the Clean50 organization, Canada’s Clean50 Awards recognize those 50 individuals or small teams, from 16 different categories, who have done the most to advance the cause of sustainability and clean capitalism in Canada over the past two years.
Recipients of the team award for Carbon Engineering include Steve Oldham, CEO, David St. Angelo, CTO, Kenton Heidel, Director of Engineering, and Geoff Holmes, Business Development.
“Delta’s criteria in determining Honourees is to carefully consider actual measurable accomplishments, demonstrated innovation, collaboration with other organizations, and the power of the Honouree’s contribution to inspire other Canadians to take similar action,” said Gavin Pitchford, CEO, Delta Management Group.
“The Carbon Engineering team was chosen after rigorous screening and research by Delta Management, with advice from internal researchers and external advisors, and was among Honourees selected from an initial pool of approximately 600 well qualified nominees.”
In addition to the Clean50 Award, the CE team was selected as the leader in the R&D category, receiving further recognition as a Clean16 Award winner for 2019.
“We are honoured to be selected as Canada’s leader in the R&D category by Delta Management Group and the Clean50 organization,” said Steve Oldham, CEO of CE. “Sustainability is at the heart of what we do and we’re thrilled to be recognized for our contributions to advancing sustainable industry in Canada through our Direct Air Capture and AIR TO FUELS™ technologies.
“I wish to share this recognition with the entire CE team, and to thank our partners and investors who continue to support us as we commercialize our technology and work together to help the world move to a carbon-neutral economy.”