A Bothell carbon-capture company is changing the way we pave roads

Road worker repaves road with steam, Encino Drive, Oak View, California. (Photo by: Joe Sohm/Visions of America/Universal Images Group via Getty Images)
A Bothell-based company, Modern Hydrogen, is on the leading edge of finding a cost-effective way to turn natural gas emissions into clean-burning hydrogen. Modern Hydrogen said they have engineered a way to take carbon out of natural gas in order to create decarbonized gas, which releases significantly less carbon dioxide into the atmosphere when burned. Company co-founder Tony Pan explained removing the carbon from the fuel itself is a lot easier than trying to capture the carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. The captured carbon is also a lot more useful than the carbon dioxide, which is mainly just injected into the ground to be sequestered away. Read Full Article