VISION & MISSION
Our vision is to build and initiate a vast number of DAC plants before 2030. Our group exploring forefront DAC technology, intense research, and cross-sector collaboration.
Our vision is to build and initiate a vast number of Direct Air Capture (DAC) plants before 2030. Our group is working to achieve this by exploring forefront DAC technology, conducting intense research, and facilitating cross-sector collaboration. Today,billions of people are already experiencing the effects of climate change. Climate scientists communicate that to meet the temperature goals of the 2016 Paris Agreement, removal of existing CO2 from the atmosphere is necessary. Aggressive emissions reductions are imperative, and large-scale carbon removal is also required.
Through leading Direct Air Capture technologies from Carbon Engineering Ltd. (CE), the Nordic DAC Group is committed to accelerating the implementation of DAC plants. In respect of the Goals of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, Climate Action is key! It calls for urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts, with the climate being intrinsically linked to all 17 UN Goals, such as no poverty and food security, life on land, health and peace. Join our efforts to push the new DAC industry to mitigate climate change.
Climate change already affects millions of people. Extreme droughts, forest fires, flooding and melting glaciers.
It has a devastating impact on agriculture and food security and is creating millions of climate refugees. The UN Climate Panel (IPCC) has made it clear that the removal of atmospheric carbon dioxide is necessary to mitigate climate change and bring it to safe levels, in accordance with the Paris Agreement.
Aggressive emission reductions are essential, as is large-scale carbon removal. If the climate is neglected, we increase the risk of reaching that catastrophic and irreversible tipping point of beyond two degrees Celsius.
The burning of fossil fuels and human activities building up CO2 concentrations in the atmosphere causing global warming with disastrous consequences.
Somewhere around 350 ppm (parts per million) is considered a safe level is already passed, and with that in mind, some 800 gigatons of historical CO2 needs to be removed.
The Paris Agreement aims to limit the temperature rise to 1,5 C according to the recommendations of the IPCC. By 2050 the whole world needs to achieve zero emissions to prevent the risk of a temperature rise of over 2 degrees Celsius.
Carbon dioxide traps heat in the atmosphere and is one of the so called greenhouse gases.
CO2 emissions remain in the atmosphere for thousands of years. Even if we manage to remove all of our emissions it would still take centuries for the climate to recover.
Carbon dioxide (CO2) enters the atmosphere through burning fossil fuels (coal, natural gas and oil), solid waste, trees and other biological materials, and also as a result of certain chemical processes (e.g., cement manufacturing).
Calculate your carbon footprint. There are three categories of CO2 emissions.
Scope 1 – Direct emissions: produced by the emitter, such as combustion of fuels from driving a car.
Scope 2 – Indirect emissions: generated by the electricity or heat consumed and purchased by the emitter.
Scope 3 – Indirect emissions: produced by the activities of the emitter but owned and controlled by different emitters. Scope 3 emissions are derived from the whole value chain, such as waste and transportation from suppliers and to the consumer.
Direct Air Capture technology is a so-called Carbon Dioxide Removal (CDR) technology.
The emerging carbon removal industry uses methods to remove and store carbon underground in geological formations, resulting in negative emissions.
To decarbonise the word we naturally need to avoid fossil-based products and activities, make reductions and create efficiencies, develop and implement renewable energy. But these will take decades to have an impact, even longer for developing countries.
What we must also do is start to remove hard to capture, residual and historical emissions.
The Net Zero is a powerful target that will align and move entire industries forward.
With the help of Direct Air Capture, negative emissions can really contribute and complement the climate roadmap toolbox.
Due to demand from climate groups and customers as well as pressure from employees, hundreds of large companies are setting up plans to become carbon-neutral before 2030.
Reduce the emissions you can, then we remove the rest together.
DAC technology can be used in sectors and situations where other methods are difficult to apply, such as in agriculture, aviation, transportation and for Scope 3 emissions.
Progressive climate roadmaps are beginning to emerge from several global companies. One example is Microsoft, which has announced an aggressive commitment to become Net Zero by 2030, and thereafter to also remove historical emissions from as far back as 1975.
Right now we witnessing an empowerment of the masses putting pressure on decision-makers worldwide.
Climate initiatives and organizations are gaining momentum, showcased by new climate action groups mobilizing millions of supporters in demonstrations, such as Fridays for Future.
More and more, companies, countries, scientists, NGOs and individuals are aligning efforts to make a stronger collective impact. No borders, walls, or weapons can protect us, nor dissolve our planet's blanket of warming greenhouse gases.
Climate change is an integrated part of all the UN Sustainable Development Goals for sustainable, safe and healthy societies. The climate crisis hitting the poorest countries the worst. It is time to empower our next generation by accelerating carbon removal technologies.
Join our network and start the journey with us to remove carbon dioxide from the air.
LEADING DAC TECHNOLOGY
At the Nordic DAC Group, we are the business developers and builders. We share a common goal with the DAC technology leader CE from Canada. To tackle climate change, and accelerating the DAC industry to capture more carbon from the atmosphere.
Direct Air Capture (DAC) is a technology that captures carbon dioxide (CO2) directly out of atmospheric air with an engineered, mechanical system. CE’s DAC technology can scale up to capture one million tons of CO₂ per year with each commercial facility. That quantity of CO₂ is equivalent to the annual emissions of 250,000 average cars or the work of 40 million trees.
USES OF DAC TECHNOLOGY
In DAC plants, and the resulting captured CO2, offer a range of opportunities to create products and environmental benefits. The captured atmospheric CO2 can be permanently stored underground in geological reservoirs to create large-scale ‘negative emissions’ or to be used in enhanced oil recovery operations. If combined with renewably-generated hydrogen, captured CO2 from DAC plants can produce clean-burning transportation fuels that work in existing vehicles. Another commercial opportunity to utilize DAC technology is to supply atmospheric carbon dioxide in the production of materials such as steel and concrete, or to produce chemicals.