Tuesday, 31 January 2023 | 09:00 – 10:30 (UTC+7) – Online Conference
Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage (CCUS) technologies are expected to play an important role in supporting clean energy transitions across Asia as an emissions reductions pathway for fossil-fuel intensive power and industry sectors. Direct Air Capture (DAC) technology is expected to support the transition with carbon removals to counterbalance residual emissions through technologies.
The conference will promote knowledge-sharing on the DAC technology and the policy and regulation needed to support its large-scale deployment. It is co-hosted by ACN and Carbon Engineering, a Canadian climate solutions company, which has been focused since 2009 on developing DAC technology and commercializing it globally at large-scale, working alongside local partners. It will include presentation of the company’s technology and business developments, and discussion of the opportunity that exists to deploy DAC in Asia as it accelerates its clean energy transition. The session will also explore possibilities for countries to pursue international and regional co-operation opportunities to be suppliers of high integrity CO2 removal, and to unlock associated economic and job opportunities