Schlagwort: technologies

CO2-Speicherung in anderen Ländern

Petra Krimphove, die Debatte, 23. März 2023

„Die industrielle Nutzung der CCS-Technologie nimmt deutlich an Fahrt auf. Laut dem „Global Status of CCS Report 2022“ gab es im vergangenen Jahr weltweit 33 kommerziell betriebene CCS-Anlagen. Elf weitere waren im Bau, 153 in Planung.“ In dem Artikel werden Beispiele für CCS-Technologien der Länder USA, Norwegen, Dänemark, Schweiz, Island, Kanada und Indien beschrieben.


Nature-Honegger (2023): Toward the effective and fair funding of CO2 removal technologies

Matthias Honegger IN: Nature Communications 14, 534,

Carbon dioxide removal technologies are gaining prominence in academia, industry and policy, yet the need for substantial funding raises serious challenges. This comment outlines these issues and charts a path for the effective, systematic and fair mobilization of funds for removals.


White Paper: Ocean-Based Carbon Dioxide Removal Practices

Release date: February 7, 2023; Foundation for Climate Restauration

This is the fifth installment of the Foundation’s Solution Series, which examines a diverse portfolio of natural and technological approaches that can remove CO2 from the atmosphere and return us to safe, preindustrial levels of carbon. In this paper, the authors explore Ocean-Based Carbon Dioxide Removal through a climate restoration lens. They discuss Ocean-Based CDR’s capacity to achieve scalable, financeable, durable, and equitable outcomes and then provide ways for readers to advocate for its safe and thoughtful implementation.


Sun et al. (2023): Recent progress on direct air capture of carbon dioxide

Jialiang Sun, Meng Zhao, Liang Huang, Tianyu Zhang, Qiang Wang IN: Current Opinion in Green and Sustainable Chemistry, 100752,

In this work, the authors systematically summarized the latest progress on the development of direct air capture and comprehensively reviewed the properties and performance of DAC adsorbents, which are categorized as physisorption and chemisorption according to sorption mechanisms.


Funding novel research towards atmospheric CO2 removal

Tue, 28 February 2023, 16:00 – 17:00 GMT; by Carbon Technology Research Foundation (CTRF)

CTRF’s inaugural call for research proposals will be launched by the Director of Research, Dr Sarah Wagstaffe-Jones. In 2023, they will be offering up to £4M in anticipation of funding 4-7 projects. During the session, CTRF’s initial priority areas for funding will be communicated and guidance on the application and peer review processes which will be adopted by CTRF will be provided. This webinar will be of particular interest to researchers working within the CDR space, or those wishing to pivot their innovative programmes and methodologies towards the sector. We would also encourage policymakers, funders and investors to join in the discussion.


Sodiq et al. (2023): A review on progress made in direct air capture of CO2

Ahmed Sodiq, Yasser Abdullatif, Brahim Aissa, Arash Ostovar, Nashaat Nassar, Muftah El-Naas, Abdulkarem Amhamed IN: Environmental Technology & Innovation 29, 102991,

In this work, the literature was comprehensively reviewed to assess the progress made in DAC, its associated technologies, and the advances made in the state-of-the-art. Thus, it is proposed to use traditional heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system (mainly the air conditioning system), as a preexisting technology, to capture CO2 directly from the atmosphere, such that the energy needed to capture is provided by the HVAC system of choice.


Biden-Harris Administration Announces $3.7 Billion to Kick-Start America’s Carbon Dioxide Removal Industry

Dec 13, on

„The Biden-Harris Administration, through the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), announced the launch of four programs that will help build a commercially viable, just, and responsible carbon dioxide removal industry in the United States. The programs, funded with $3.7 billion from President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, will help accelerate private-sector investment, spur advancements in monitoring and reporting practices for carbon management technologies, and provide grants to state and local governments to procure and use products developed from captured carbon emissions.“