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UT Energy Week 2022
March 1 - March 3Free
Tune in to learn from energy experts in academia, industry, government and the non-profit world for a fresh look at some of the most vital energy issues facing society at the eighth annual UT Energy Week.
This year, we welcome experts to discuss topics on the energy transition, critical minerals, hydrogen, industrial decarbonization, and many more.UT Energy Week is hosted by the Energy Institute and is supported by UT Austin schools and colleges engaged in energy-related research.
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See Carbon Engineering’s VP of Business Development, Anna Stukas, speak at..
Panel 6: Carbon Removal Entering the Mainstream (Day 2)
Wednesday, March 2 – 1:45 – 2:45 PM (CST)
CO2 direct air capture (DAC) has progressed rapidly, driven in part by philanthropic and corporate initiates focused on research, demonstration, and deployment. DAC has advantages because of its limited land and water requirements and ability to co-locate near CO2 storage sites to reduce long-distance transportation of the captured carbon. Although the technology is currently expensive, DAC is a critical opportunity for further research and investment. This session will cover DAC’s technological state-of-play and expectations surrounding advances in research, deployment, and public policy.