Climeworks x Deep Sky
Climeworks, Deep Sky unveil catalytic partnership in Canada to expand carbon removal in North America
Climeworks and Deep Sky will explore the development of large-scale direct air capture and storage (DAC+S) projects in Canada, with a pathway to remove up to one million tons of CO2 from the air.
A Memorandum Of Understanding brings together the two companies with a shared vision to scale technology, industry, and global partnerships for maximum climate impact.
With its vast territory and significant potential for clean energy, Canada provides a promising location for large-scale and responsible DAC+S deployment in line with Climeworks’ role to lead the global roll-out of high-quality CDR.
CDR approaches such as DAC+S need to be scaled up rapidly in the decades to come in order to help limit global warming, in addition to drastic emissions reductions, according to climate science.
Deep Sky is a project development partner, focusing on energy, sites, and storage exploration and qualification in the near term, while tapping into its local network to assemble key stakeholders to bring such projects to fruition.
About Deep Sky
Montreal-based Deep Sky is aiming to remove billions of tons of carbon from the atmosphere and permanently store it underground. As a project developer, Deep Sky brings together the most promising direct air and ocean carbon capture companies under one roof to deploy carbon removal and storage solutions like never before. For more information, visit: www.deepskyclimate.com.
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