Air Canada Explores CO2 Direct Air Capture

Carbon Engineering
Carbon Engineering’s megaton-scale direct air capture technology will be used by United Airlines-backed 1PointFive.
Credit: Carbon Engineering
Air Canada and Canadian clean-energy company Carbon Engineering plan to explore the potential use of direct air capture technology to remove CO2 from the atmosphere for permanent storage or use in the production of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). Carbon Engineering (CE) is developing megaton-scale...

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