What if you could separate the CO2 from coal-dependent power plants and make them essentially CO2 neutral? Brigham Young University professor Larry Baxter developed technology to do just that—with far lower energy and capital costs than other current alternatives. But developing a patent to protect ground-breaking technology requires a deep understanding of the technology itself, something Workman Nydegger specializes in. With experience that runs deep through science, technological and engineering fields, Workman Nydegger was able to craft a patent that ensured every innovative nuance of Dr. Baxter’s work remained safe.
This technology has the potential of changing your power bills by a modest amount and still addressing CO2 making the power generating systems … essentially CO2 neutral.—Larry Baxter, Ph.D., professor, Brigham Young University