Climeworks delivers first DAC removal tonnes to tech firms

Published 20:27 on January 12, 2023  /  Last updated at 20:27 on January 12, 2023  /  Americas, Canada, EMEA, US, Voluntary  /  No Comments

Swiss firm Climeworks on Thursday announced it has distributed its first carbon removal tonnes from its direct air capture plus storage (DAC+S) facility in Iceland to three North American tech giants, with one of the companies having previously pledged to pay a steep price for the credits.

Swiss firm Climeworks on Thursday announced it has distributed its first carbon removal tonnes from its direct air capture plus storage (DAC+S) facility in Iceland to three North American tech giants, with one of the companies having previously pledged to pay a steep price for the credits.

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