The ongoing transition to green energy and the increasing use of electric vehicles have not yet slowed global warming. Polar caps and glaciers continue to shrink, permafrost is melting, and wildfires and floods are becoming more frequent and intense. Even during the pandemic years, when CO2 and water vapor emissions were reduced, the concentration of CO2 in the atmosphere continued to rise to record levels. This highlights the need for improved CO2 removal methods, a challenge that we at ELITELCO have been tackling.


In the following pages, Team ELITELCO will present its unique approach to Carbon Dioxide Removal. This method is intended to complement the existing techniques with the goal of accelerating the reduction of global warming. 






We combat global warming by capturing and sequestering the energy contained in the atmosphere (it is a law of physics that the atmosphere temperature will decrease if its energy content is reduced). This helps accelerate the absorption of CO2 by the oceans and wetlands, since CO2 is more soluble in water when temperature is reduced. We also leverage the positive feedback loop between atmospheric temperature and CO2 concentration:


A slight reduction in air temperature will lead to increased CO2 absorption by oceans and wetlands. This, in turn, reduces the intensity of the greenhouse effect, leading to a further decrease in air temperature. This cycle continues, resulting in a further reduction in CO2 concentration.

CO2 and Energy Capture




This process is beneficial given the challenge of reducing atmospheric CO2 concentration by merely capturing and sequestering air CO2. It’s important to note that oceans and wetlands will release CO2 as soon as we start removing it from the air.


We utilize the powerful leverage provided by the positive feedback loop between atmospheric temperature and CO2 concentration to capture the substantial amount of CO2 that needs to be sequestered in oceans and wetlands. This results in large-scale CO2 capture amplified by energy capture.


Large scale CO2 capture amplified by Energy capture


The freely available and abundant absorbent chemicals from nature also aid in reducing the costs of direct CO2 capture. The captured CO2 is then stored in stable chemicals.


Simultaneously, energy is captured to decrease atmospheric temperature.


There is no need to desorb CO2, recycle complex chemicals, transport CO2 to dedicated sites, or push it far underground. Our method is more cost-effective due to the availability of free absorbent chemicals and the simplicity of the sequestration procedure.


By leveraging the positive feedback loop between air temperature and CO2 concentration, larger scale CO2 capture is possible, resulting in a reduction in air temperature. In fact, this reduced air temperature, achieved through energy capture and sequestration, is the goal we initially aim for when capturing CO2 molecules.



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