Kalka X Carbon Centric

Reykjanesbær, Iceland

Biochar and carbon credit trader. 

Carbon Centric and Kalka have entered into a collaboration to establish carbon capture at Iceland’s only waste incinerator. Approximately 10,000 tonnes of CO2 can be captured from the incineration plant annually. The goal is for the capture plant in Reykjanesbær to be operational in 2025. Carbon Centric will build, own, and operate the capture plant, bringing the total number of announced projects in their portfolio to four.
Country: Iceland
Status: In Development
Type: Bioenergy with Carbon Capture and Storage

Eidsiva Bioenergi X Carbon Centric Waste Incineration

TOOLS Trehørningen, Engomsvingen, Ingeberg, Hamar, Norway

Biochar and carbon credit trader. 

Eidsiva Bioenergi’s waste incineration plant is located at Trehørningen, outside Hamar. Carbon Centric will clean more than 80 percent of the CO₂ emissions from the combustion process. Between 50,000 – 70,000 tonnes of CO₂ can be extracted from the flue gas annually and become a valuable resource for other uses.
Country: Norway
Status: In Development
Type: Bioenergy with Carbon Capture and Storage

Vardar Varme X Carbon Centric Biomass Incineration

Treklyngen, Hvervenmoveien, Hønefoss, Norway

Biochar and carbon credit trader. 

Vardar Varme’s biomass incineration plant is located at the Treklyngen Industry park in Hønefoss, Norway. With a 100,000 tonne capture plant, Carbon Centric will capture more than 90% of the CO₂ emissions from a completely biogenic source. This means the carbon we capture will be removing carbon that already exists as part of the natural carbon cycle, instead of avoiding additional CO₂ emissions.
Country: Norway
Status: In Development
Type: Bioenergy with Carbon Capture and Storage

Ostfold Energi X Carbon Centric Waste Incineration

Rakkestad, Stathelle, Norway

Biochar and carbon credit trader. 

The waste incineration plant is located in Rakkestad and operated by Østfold Energi. Together with trusted partners, Carbon Centric will install a 10,000 ton capture plant to capture more than 90% of the CO₂ emissions from the combustion process.
Country: Norway
Status: In Development
Type: Biomass Carbon Removal and Storage