In the realm of environmental stewardship, a groundbreaking alliance emerges, as SeaVar, a beacon of innovation led by an Indian-origin team, joins hands with India's Jindal Steel & Power. This partnership, a testament to vision and technological prowess, strides forward to usher in a new era in the realm of carbon capture. A symphony of innovation unfurls as SeaVar introduces a non-amine-based CO₂ capture process, a pivotal departure from tradition, envisioned to reduce capture costs to an unprecedented $17 per tonne of CO₂.The cacophony of global environmental concerns finds its echo in SeaVar's technological breakthrough. Their non-toxic, cost-effective carbon capture technology stands as a beacon of hope, a shield against the looming shadow of greenhouse gas emissions. In the ballet of collaboration, SeaVar, birthed in the annals of 2007, draws strength from an Indian-origin chemical engineer with a remarkable 53-year repertoire in emission capture systems.In this grand pas de deux, SeaVar and Jindal Steel & Power pilot a symphony of change, a dance towards proving the viability of this innovative technology. The stage is set for transformation, a realm where carbon capture's shackles loosen, and the possibilities of a cleaner future take flight. SeaVar's ambitions soar high, envisioning the capture, storage, or repurposing of 250 million CO₂ metric tons annually by 2030, a resounding note in the melody of climate action.Ms. Shreyas Chipalkatty, the maestro at SeaVar's helm, articulates the symphony's intent - a path toward energy transition without upheaval. As SeaVar captures CO₂ at the lowest cost, an avenue opens for a new carbon economy, one that echoes in synthetic fuels, soil rejuvenation, and food security. A grand crescendo of possibility echoes, poised to harmonize with India's G20 Presidency's environmental aspirations.Jindal Steel & Power's Executive Vice-President, Mr. Debasis Maiti, wields his baton, leading the group's march toward eco-conscious innovation. A torchbearer of environmentally friendly technologies, JSP envisions a future where carbon minimization, avoidance, and recycling lead to net-zero carbon aspirations.Amid this symphonic collaboration, the Council on Energy, Environment & Water stands as a knowledge partner, orchestrating evaluations of SeaVar's low-cost technology's impact and venturing into unexplored end use realms. Mr. Hemant Mallya, a Fellow at CEEW, lends his voice to the chorus, acknowledging the essence of SeaVar's innovation as a pivotal step in India's green journey.