Carbon capture technology is a type of carbon capture process in which carbon dioxide is released into the atmosphere and stored.
The technology is widely used in vehicles to reduce emissions.
It can be applied to both fuel cells and combustion engines, according to Carbon Capture Technology Association, a trade group for the technology industry.
The company said the technology would be available for a range of vehicles, including plug-in hybrid electric and plug-ins.
“As we continue to invest in EVs and the EV ecosystem, we expect to continue to develop technologies to meet these needs, such as Carbon Capture,” Delphi said in a statement.
“The technology is an important addition to the electric vehicle and fuel cell ecosystem and represents an exciting addition to our efforts to address global CO2 and greenhouse gas emissions.”
The company expects to release a prototype in the second quarter.
The new technology, which is based on a process that is already used to capture carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, will allow the carbon to be captured from the vehicle and transported to a lab, where it can be used to produce electricity or other products.
Delphi, the world’s largest maker of carbon-capture technology, has been developing the technology for years.
It is currently developing technologies that could be used in battery electric vehicles.
Delphi said the company is working with a range in electric vehicle charging stations and other plug- in hybrid vehicles, but that its initial focus is on plug–in hybrids.