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Huge US DAC Plant

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A climate-technology start-up plans to build a massive new direct air capture (DAC) plant in the western US. Los Angeles-based CarbonCapture says it has formed an “exclusive partnership” with carbon storage developer Frontier Carbon Solutions that would aim to permanently remove 5 million tons/yr of CO2 by 2030 in the US state of Wyoming. “With the passage of the Inflation Reduction Act, the proliferation of companies seeking high-quality carbon-removal credits and a disruptive low-cost technology, we now have the ingredients needed to scale DAC to megaton levels by the end of this decade,” said CarbonCapture CEO Adrian Corless.

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Carbon Capture (CCS), Emerging Technologies, Corporate Strategy
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