Michael is a serial entrepreneur and innovator dedicated to finding technological and commercial solutions to tackling climate change. He has founded and co-founded a number of cleantech companies including CMR Fuel Cells plc which was floated on AIM at a valuation of £50m in 2005.
He took over as CEO of Cambridge Carbon Capture in 2014, since then he has secured a total of £5.5 million in government grants and contracts.
His mission is to prove that Carbon Capture with our CO2LOC processes can be profitable, enabling the ‘profit motive’ to drive the rapid take up of the technology and maximise it’s impact on reducing CO2 emissions driving climate change.
He holds a MA in Industrial Design from De Montford University, and a BSc in Design from Loughborough University.