Icelandic direct air capture project scales up carbon removals

Published 17:50 on August 26, 2020  /  Last updated at 02:15 on August 27, 2020  /  EMEA, Voluntary Market  /  No Comments

An Icelandic direct air capture (DAC) project is to remove 4,000 tCO2 a year from a geothermal power plant in the country, the project developers said on Wednesday, in a significant scaling up of the three-year-old pilot.

An Icelandic direct air capture (DAC) project is to remove 4,000 tCO2 a year from a geothermal power plant in the country, the project developers said on Wednesday, in a significant scaling up of the three-year-old pilot.

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