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Chris Rayner is Professor of Organic Chemistry at the University of Leeds, and is Founder Director of C-Capture Ltd., a University start-up which specialises in the development and application of highly efficient CO2 separation processes. C-Capture has developed a fundamentally new solvent based approach for separating CO2 from other gases. The technology significantly reduces energy requirements for the separation process, allows the use of inexpensive materials of construction, and has a substantially reduced environmental profile compared to current methods. Separation of CO2 from other gases is a key part of a low carbon economy, and examples will be discussed ranging from biomethane production by biogas upgrading, hydrogen production, and Europe’s first Bioenergy with Carbon Capture and Storage (BECCS) demonstration project with Drax Power at Selby.