Boom Supersonic, Climeworks Sign Carbon Capture Agreement

Boom Supersonic wants to scrub the atmosphere of carbon dioxide emitted by its supersonic airliners.
Credit: Climeworks
Boom Supersonic has signed a 10-year agreement for carbon dioxide removal via Climeworks direct air capture technology. As part of the agreement, Climeworks will remove a portion of carbon dioxide emitted by Boom’s supersonic airliners, an effort to help the company reach net-zero carbon emissions...
Garrett Reim

Based in the Seattle area, Garrett covers the space sector and advanced technologies that are shaping the future of aerospace and defense, including space startups, advanced air mobility and artificial intelligence.

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