CarbonCapture Inc. Is Looking For Partners For The Wyoming Regional DAC Hub

CarbonCapture Inc. Is Looking For Partners For The Wyoming Regional DAC Hub - Carbon Herald

CarbonCapture Inc. has issued a Request for Information (RFI) to find partners in the clean energy sector for short- and long-term collaborations on the company’s new project in Wyoming. 

These partners will help with figuring out how to deliver electricity to the Wyoming Regional Direct Air Capture (DAC) Hub, which is one of the first of its kind in the United States and aims to remove carbon dioxide directly from the atmosphere.

To make this DAC project a reality, it will require creative solutions and collaboration from many different groups. 

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These DAC facilities are essentially new kinds of energy users, and they’ll need a massive amount of clean energy to function and pave the way to a low-carbon future.

In the first stage (by 2027), CarbonCapture will need its partners to provide 100 megawatts (MW) of clean electricity in southwest Wyoming. As the project grows, aiming to remove more than a million tons of CO2 by 2030, it will need even more clean energy.

Because the design is adaptable, the company can be flexible about where it locates future facilities, with the main goal being to get the most affordable clean energy possible.

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The carbon removal provider is searching for industry leaders with fresh ideas, who can push beyond the limitations of today’s energy market and help develop solutions for a future with lower carbon emissions. 

CarbonCapture is searching for industry leaders with fresh ideas, who can push beyond the limitations of today’s energy is open to seeing ideas for clean energy projects and creative solutions that will help launch the Wyoming DAC Hub and pave the way for large-scale carbon removal projects across Wyoming.

In August 2023, CarbonCapture and some collaborators were chosen to receive funding (over $12 million) from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to get the Wyoming Regional DAC Hub started. This call for partners (RFI) is part of those efforts.

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