Climeworks and Great Carbon Valley plan large-scale direct air capture in Kenya


Swizerland-based carbon dioxide (CO2) removal specialist Climeworks will explore the development of large-scale direct air capture and storage (DAC+s) projects in Kenya alongside Kenyan project developer Great Carbon Valley (GCV).

The partnership aims to leverage Climeworks’ advanced DAC technology and Kenya’s potential for permanent carbon mineralisation for underground storage of CO2.

This could lead to the removal of up to one million tonnes of CO2 from the atmosphere once DAC+S is fully deployed in the country.

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