Direct Air Capture
Direct Air Capture is a technology that captures carbon dioxide directly from the air. It does this by pulling in atmospheric air, then through a series of chemical reactions, extracts the carbon dioxide (CO2) from it while returning the rest of the air to the environment. This is what plants and trees do every day as they photosynthesize.
- Industrially scalable: can be built at large scales with known supply chains and reliable equipment costs.
- Affordable: At large scale DAC technology can capture CO2 from the air at approximately $100 USD per ton of CO2.
- Freedom of location and doesn't compete with land needed to grow food.
- Emissions free
- DAC technology continuously captures CO2 from atmospheric air and delivers it as purified, compressed gas using only air, water and energy.
- Clean Energy Promoters
- Climate Change Scientists
- Industries looking to reduce carbon emissions