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Globally, humanity emits 51 billion tons of CO₂ every year. Over the last decades, this has had a significant impact on our climate. As a result, the average temperature on the globe has already increased by 1.1°C and climate disasters are occurring more often.
Unless we drastically reduce our emissions and capture back most of the carbon we have already released, this trend will exponentially accelerate.
According to the IPCC, the UN expert panel on climate change, we will have to remove over 10 billion tons of CO₂ from the atmosphere annually. This is due to the fact that some industries will not be able to cut their emissions completely, for example agriculture and aviation.
Direct Air Capture - or capturing CO₂ directly from the air - is the only technology that enables this to be achieved on an industrial scale. However, today, Direct Air Capture systems are too expensive and time consuming to build, preventing humanity from reaching this goal on time.
NeoCarbon uses existing infrastructure in the form of cooling towers to perform DAC at up to 10x lower costs and time, which makes DAC mass-market ready.
Indeed, millions of existing cooling towers around Europe continuously circulate massive amounts of air to remove heat from industrial plants and buildings. By efficiently retrofitting those towers, we remove the carbon dioxide from all this air at very low additional cost. Several billion tons of CO₂ could be captured this way annually, a huge share of humanity’s long-term needs.