Project Nexus

Crocketford, Dumfries, Scotland, UK

Capture, utilisation and storage of biogenic CO₂

Dumfries and Galloway firm Carbon Capture Scotland have announced its latest project which aims to remove one millions tonnes of CO2 from the atmosphere per year. Its carbon removal initiative, named Project Nexus, will also aim to generate up to 500 jobs across rural Scotland by 2030. The £120m investment will consist of a series of infrastructure and supply chain projects that allow for a sustainable and commercial means of carbon dioxide removal, starting in 2023 with projects in central and northern Scotland.
Country: United Kingdom
Status: In Development
Type: Biomass Carbon Removal 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

Arbor Demonstration Facility

Placer County, CA, USA

Converts wate into clean energy and fresh water

Arbor combines natural carbon drawdown with the permanence and scalability of engineered solutions using an approach called Biomass Carbon Removal and Storage (or BiCRS). Located in Placer County, Arbor’s demonstration facility is modular and is estimated to remove 50k/tons of CO2/year.
Country: United States
Status: In Development
Type: Biomass Carbon Removal and Storage