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

Stockholm Exergi Bio-Cogeneration Plant

Vartan Stockholm

Where the next steps to capture carbon dioxide will take place. 

Stockholm Exergi’s calculations show that there is potential to capture 800,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide per year at our bio-cogeneration plant in the Värtan area of Stockholm.
Country: Sweden
Status: In Development
Type: Bioenergy with Carbon Capture and Storage

CO2 Energie AG X Airfix

Zürich, Switzerland

Scaling Biomass Carbon Removal and Storage

Airfix – a new subsidiary of South Pole – combines decades of climate finance and carbon project development expertise with a vision for a scalable Biomass Carbon Removal and Storage (BiCRS) market in Switzerland and beyond. They aim to remove 5,000,000 tonnes of CO₂e in 10 years. The first project supported by Airfix is the largest BiCRS project in Switzerland to date, delivering 21,800 tCO₂ of removals in five years. CO2 Energie AG will install a capture and liquefaction system on a biogas plant close to Zurich.
Country: Switzerland
Status: In Development
Type: Bioenergy with Carbon Capture and Storage

The Perennial Biomass Crops Demonstrator

Aberystwyth, UK
The PBC4GGR project is investigating the potential for plants like willow and miscanthus to support BECCS in the UK. It will demonstrate novel establishment techniques that maximise yield whilst minimising greenhouse gas emissions, and provide an up to date quantification of the scope for Greenhouse Gas Removal. The project will establish the conditions required for farmer uptake and wider societal acceptance, and investigate the costs, benefits and trade-offs for biodiversity and ecosystem services. New field trials will be developed – for miscanthus at Bishop Burton College, East Yorkshire and willow at Myerscough College, Lancashire.
Country: United Kingdom
Status: In Development
Type: Bioenergy with Carbon Capture and Storage