Former directors of Carbon Collect in legal battle for control of company
The company aims to produce forests of ‘trees’ that would be many times more efficient at removing CO2 than living trees
Former directors of Carbon Collect have begun a legal battle for control of the company that aims to mass-produce “mechanical trees” which are “a thousand times” more efficient than actual trees at removing CO2 from the air.
Carbon Collect was co-founded by John McKeon, an Irish oil industry executive, and Pól Ó Móráin, an Irish entrepreneur, in 2018. To date, it has raised more than €10 million from a number of investors.
The company, on ...