While abating emissions of concentrated carbon dioxide is economically feasible now using our approach, doing so will not be enough. We must learn to efficiently capture carbon dioxide from the air and return it to the earth in order to avoid the worst impacts of climate change.

Carbon GeoCapture’s unique process was designed to be resilient and flexible to work with various carbon dioxide sources, capture technologies, power sources, and rock formation types. We can work with capture technologies from the flue or from the air through direct air capture (DAC). We are working with direct air capture technology developers to:

  • Reduce capture, cleanup, and compression costs by relieving their need to produce a concentrated, high-pressure stream of carbon dioxide.
  • Prove their technologies sooner and scale them faster using CGC’s carbon sinks as ready test beds.

In addition, we are developing our own direct air capture method that integrates fully into our sequestration approach.