Global Briefing: US to plough up to $1.2bn into two direct air CO2 capture hubs

Michael Holder
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Swiss DAC firm Climeworks is involved in the Louisiana direct air CO2 capture project | Credits: Climeworks
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Swiss DAC firm Climeworks is involved in the Louisiana direct air CO2 capture project | Credits: Climeworks

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US announces 'world's largest' investment in direct CO2 capture plants The White House is planning to unleash up to $1.2bn in funding to support the development of two commercial-scale direct air carbon...

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