World’s first solar-powered DAC project aims for $20/t abatement cost

Published 13:40 on July 14, 2022  /  Last updated at 14:25 on July 14, 2022  /  Australia, International, Voluntary Market  /  No Comments

The world’s first solar powered direct air capture (DAC) project is looking to sell forward offset credits for €900/tonne ($904) as it eventually seeks to compress, transport and store CO2 for under $20 per tonne.

The world’s first solar powered direct air capture (DAC) project is looking to sell forward offset credits for €900/tonne ($904) as it eventually seeks to compress, transport and store CO2 for under $20 per tonne.

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