This little carbon-sucking machine could crack DAC’s big energy problem

March 18, 2024

By Siôn Geschwindt

Direct air capture (DAC) features prominently in the climate plans of many world governments, and has drawn billions of dollars in private investment. And yet, as the costs of the technology remain prohibitively high, some doubt whether we can depend on it at all.  Mission Zero Technologies, a startup based out of the UK, believes we can — but by doing things a little differently. It has developed a modular, carbon-sucking machine that it says is cheaper and more efficient than the contraptions currently under development. The device pulls in air from the atmosphere and passes it over a water-based…

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