The aim of my project is to provide the energy efficient solution for the large-scale implementation of mineral carbonation for the safe and permanent disposal of CO2 at the rate of gigatons/year. The abundance and well-distributed resources and natural weathering of serpentine minerals (hydrated magnesium silicates) to stable carbonates make it one of the most favourable raw material for CO2 sequestration at the global scale. However, slower dissolution kinetics are a major challenge for commercialization of mineral carbonation. Heat treatment results in the removal of structurally bound hydroxyl groups(dehydroxylation) which leads to increased reactivity through partial amorphisation of mineral. Hence, understanding the role of minerological changes during dehydroxylation is crucial for providing energy efficient solution. Moreover, the kinetic modelling using iso-conversional "Model-free" methodology is a key to estimate the accurate and reliable kinetic parameters. Hence, the implementation of isoconversional kinetic modelling will be helpful for the prediction and optimisation of mineral carbonation process. Moreover, the estimated activation energies will be helpful to optimise the reactor design.