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Direct air capture (DAC) is one of few technology options to remove CO2 from the atmosphere and store it long term, and it has been identified as a critical technology to achieve global climate goals. However, this technology is still in early stages of development, and it will need to be scaled up to unprecedented levels to reach gigatons of CO2 removal capacity in the upcoming decade. What is the current landscape and 10 year pipeline for DAC projects? What role can governments play to accelerate DAC scale up? What further enablers does the industry need to scale up faster?
Net zero targets are being set, and people, corporations, and governments across the globe are beginning to take action. But do we know how to get to net zero? What will it cost? In this session, Carbon Engineering’s Vice President and Head of Business Development, Lori Guetre, will discuss the tools we have in the net zero toolbox and the potential to save trillions through conscious choices about creating scalable solutions. She’ll also discuss the potential to go beyond net zero – to begin to draw down the excess carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. Join us for a look at carbon and climate math, and the meaningful role that energy companies can play in the net zero transition.