CCCI moves into new headquarters

The new Technology Innovation and Commercialization Centre is home to the CCCI.

The Carbon Capture and Conversion Institute has moved into its permanent headquarters on Mitchell Island in Richmond, B.C.

The building, operated by CCCI partner BC Research, provides space, equipment and experts to help with technology development, testing and scale up. It’s located within 25 minutes of the Vancouver International Airport and downtown Vancouver.

Building Details
Interior: 35,000 sq. ft, 30 ft. ceilings
Exterior: 3,000 sq. ft., fenced and serviced with utilities

Services
Pilot plant space
– Wet laboratories
– Analytical room
– Chemical storage room
– Machine shop
– Skid and pilot plant assembly shop
– Offices
– Meeting rooms

Utilities
– Flue gas from natural gas boiler, up to 1 tonne/day of CO2 (Flue gas can be conditioned with NO2, NOx, etc.
– Steam, compressed air, cooling, chilled and potable water, natural gas, electric power

For more information on the technology development centre contact:
Goran Vlajnic, Executive Director
Carbon Capture and Containment Institute
t: 604 696-6945
c: 604 312-2372
e: goran.vlajnic@cmcghg.com