Capture6 is named a key technology organization in the CALDAC vision – one of the Direct Air Capture Hubs awarded by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). CALDAC is led by The Regents of the University of California. As a first step, CALDAC will undertake a comprehensive assessment of the technical, social, and governance requirements of establishing a Community Alliance for Direct Air Capture in the Southern San Joaquin Valley in California. The project includes a diverse group of technology companies, research organizations, and community partners that will collaboratively develop a DAC hub that achieves technology goals and delivers meaningful community benefits.
DOE Funding: $2,999,999
Non-DOE Funding: $1,472,941
Total Value: $4,472,940
Capture6 appreciates the opportunity to emphasize environmental justice and a just transition. While we all want to build solutions for carbon removal, it’s imperative to do so in a way that works for communities.
Learn more about all the selected projects from DOE.
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