What is Direct Air Capture (DAC)?
Direct Air Capture (DAC) is a process that involves capturing and sequestering CO2 directly from the atmosphere on a global scale
Integrating Direct Air Capture Logically
Direct Air Capture (DAC) is a process that involves capturing and sequestering CO2 from the atmosphere on a global scale. This low-cost process also involves storing the CO2 and can be used in climate finance.
Example DAC Technology Providers
Climeworks captures carbon dioxide directly from the air. When the removed air is combined with underground storage, it allows the permanent removal of excess and legacy CO₂ emissions, which can no longer contribute to climate change.
Captures CO2 using a sorbent material, with regeneraive heat integration, recycled airflow to increase CO2 captured
At Carbon Engineering, we’re focused on the global deployment of megaton-scale Direct Air Capture technology so it can have the greatest impact on the huge climate challenge.
Benefits of DAC
Remove CO2 from the atmosphere
Earn credits for sequestering carbon
Concentrated CO2 can be used to create products otherwise derived from petroleum