UK-based decarbonisation developer Storegga has revealed its entry into a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with The Alliance for Sustainability Leadership in Education (The EAUC) that will see the company advancing its direct air capture (DAC) development.
Announced yesterday (April 4th), not-for-profit charity The EAUC and its member group the Carbon Coalition has selected Storegga’s proposed large scale DAC and storage facility, based in Aberdeenshire, North-East Scotland, to be part of its approved portfolio of carbon offsetting options.
The facility will utilise Carbon Engineering’s industrial-scale DAC technology to capture one million tonnes per annum of carbon before it is permanently stored in geological structures.
Referring to EAUC’s DAC endorsement as ‘excellent’, Nick Cooper, CEO, Storegga, praised the power of higher education institutions to reduce their own carbon footprint and influence the world on best practice.
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