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

Orca and Mammoth

Hellisheiði, Iceland

The world’s first commercial Direct Air Capture deployments, paired with subsurface mineral storage.

Climeworks’ Orca is the first operational commercial direct air capture plant in the world, commissioned in 2021. Mammoth, with nearly 4 times the carbon removal capacity, is not far behind, scheduled for completion in 2024. Both plants store CO2 underground in durable mineral form, partnering with CarbFix, a leading Iceland-based innovator in the CO2 mineralization field.
Country: Iceland
Status: In Development
Status: Operational
Type: Direct Air Capture

Minus Materials Regenerative Limestone Quarry

Boulder, CO, USA

Using algae to generate carbon negative limestone for cement!

With this breakthrough demonstration project Minus Materials will install and operate a first-of-its-kind “regenerative quarry” pilot project in Boulder County that will support the production of carbon-negative biorenewable limestone using microalgae. Limestone produced can be used as a substitute for conventional emissions intensive ‘clinker’, the base component of Portland cement.
Country: United States
Status: In Development
Type: Materials Sequestration

RepAir

Yokne'am Illit, Israel

founded in 2020 with a mission to pioneer the most sustainable carbon dioxide removal solution.

RepAir’s proprietary dual-cell mechanism leverages electrochemical processing and is exceptionally low-cost to build and run. Utilizing 70% less energy (0.6MWh/tCO2), RepAir’s market-ready solution will perform sustainable carbon removal at the gigaton scale, with a negligible carbon footprint below 5%. Powered exclusively by renewable energy and produced without the use of precious metals, RepAir’s leaner, cleaner, more affordable system holds the promise of unprecedented global scalability, with easy integration at any partner site.
Country: Israel
Status: In Development
Type: Direct Air Capture

Epiphyte

University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, USA

Open source direct air capture machines

Country: United States
Status: In Development
Type: Direct Air Capture

Planeteers GmbH

University of Hamburg, Mittelweg, Eimsbüttel, Germany

Reactor-based ocean alkalinity enhancement

We exploit CO2 from wastewater treatment facilities, mix it with water and limestone. During the reaction, CO2 is consumed and trapped as alkaline solution. Afterwards, the solution is diluted until it is uncritical for the local aquatic system and discharged into river estuaries or oceans.
Country: Germany
Status: In Development
Type: Ocean Alkalinity Enhancement

CarbonBlue

Maagan Michael, Israel

A first-of-its-kind pilot of marine calcium looping direct ocean capture integrated with a desalination facility.

The project is a pilot facility that demonstrates CarbonBlue’s water-based calcium looping technology. It is integrated with a brackish water desalination facility in Maagan Michael, Israel. Operation at full capacity of 400 tpy will commence in 2024.
Country: Israel
Status: In Development
Type: Direct Ocean Capture

Equatic X Deep Sky

Québec, QC, Canada

Equatic’s seawater electrolysis couples carbon dioxide removal (CDR) from the atmosphere with the generation of green hydrogen at the lowest costs.

Equatic will deliver and install an electrolyzer unit to be operated at Deep Sky’s pilot facility in Quebec in 2024. The unit will have the capacity to remove 365 tons of carbon dioxide per year and will demonstrate the potential for Equatic’s technology ahead of larger-scale deployments (100,000+ tons per year).
Country: Singapore
Status: In Development
Type: Direct Ocean Capture