Three areas of innovation for direct air capture startups to seize this decade

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DAC in particular is in its infancy, with only 19 active plants capturing about 10,000 tons of CO2 annually (equivalent to the tailpipe emissions of about 2,000 cars). Current technologies for DAC are far too expensive to scale to billions of tons of removal per year. However, bipartisan support for DAC is growing, and a number of startups in the space are working to pioneer new approaches and drive down costs.  

We see three main areas of innovation where current and future startups can focus to make DAC a robust and cost-effective part of the carbon removal portfolio.  

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