ARB hones decarbonisation pathway, points to massive DAC build-out and other technologies

Published 21:12 on March 15, 2022  /  Last updated at 22:32 on March 15, 2022  /  Americas, US  /  No Comments

A tremendous build-out of clean energy and massive shift to low-carbon technologies underpin California’s climate pathways, including over 100 million tonnes of Direct Air Capture (DAC), according to initial modelling results released Tuesday as part of the 2022 Scoping Plan that provides a roadmap for future policy development.

A tremendous build-out of clean energy and massive shift to low-carbon technologies underpin California’s climate pathways, including over 100 million tonnes of Direct Air Capture (DAC), according to initial modelling results released Tuesday as part of the 2022 Scoping Plan that provides a roadmap for future policy development.

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