If you’re a business, government or institution working towards reduced, net-zero, or even net negative emissions, we can help. Our proprietary Direct Air Capture technology provides feasible, affordable and scalable solutions that will help your business meet critical emissions reductions targets. Whether you’re working to meet your existing sustainability plan, or are building one from scratch, our Business Development team will work with you to customize solutions for your needs.
Learn about the climate solutions we offer below.
CE’s Direct Air Capture facilities are purpose-built to remove vast amounts of CO2 from the atmosphere. This form of permanent carbon removal is a powerful tool to include in net zero and sustainability plans because it can be used to remove any emission, from anywhere in the world, and from any point in time.
For sources of emissions that are too difficult or too expensive to eliminate today, CE can help you achieve your net zero goals by removing an equivalent amount of emissions from the atmosphere on your behalf. Importantly, we measure the exact amount of CO2 that is captured and stored, so you can precisely and unambiguously account for your organization’s permanent carbon removal activities.
If your organization is looking for sustainable ways to power your existing airplane, truck, shipping, or car fleet, CE can deliver synthetic liquid fuels that work in your existing vehicles and are almost completely carbon neutral. The synthetic crude produced from our AIR TO FUELSTM plants can be refined into diesel, gasoline and Jet-A, and because it has an unlimited feedstock – atmospheric CO2 – we can deliver industrial quantities of clean fuels to meet your organization’s needs.
If you are a refiner, fuel distributer, fuel wholesaler, or large volume fuel purchaser (such as an airline or shipping company), our Business Development team can help you incorporate low-carbon fuel supply agreements into your long-term net zero plans.
CE’s Direct Air Capture plants deliver pipeline purity compressed CO2 that has been captured from the atmosphere. If you utilize CO2 in your industrial operations or product manufacturing, switching to atmospheric CO2 is a cost-effective way to reduce emissions and operate more sustainably.
In addition to producing synthetic fuels, atmospheric CO2 can be used to produce more sustainable materials (such as steel, concrete, fillers, and coatings), in the production of chemicals (such as plastics, industrial chemicals, fertilizers, and carbonates), or to create products such as carbon fiber. These are some of the most difficult industries to decarbonize given the high heat industrial processes they require. Incorporating the use of atmospheric CO2 provides a long-term solution for reducing emissions from these processes.