Decarbonize the atmosphere with direct air capture technology.

Engineered carbon removal for a net-zero future

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The gold standard in
carbon removal credits

We create high-quality carbon removal credits by combining atmospheric carbon removal with permanent geological storage.

CO2 captured from air

Using zero emissions energy, our DAC machines employ solid sorbents in a cyclic process that efficiently filters CO2 out of the atmosphere.

Permanent CO2 storage

We store the captured CO2 in deep geological formations, permanently securing it from reentering the atmosphere.

High-quality carbon removal credits

The combination of DAC and permanent storage generates high-quality carbon removal credits.


The exact amount of CO2 our DAC systems capture is precisely metered and measured.


For each carbon removal credit we deliver, we provide a complete third-party verification report. 


The CO2 we capture is securely locked away for more than 1,000 years in deep saline aquifers via Class VI injection wells.

Awarded as 2023 Technology Pioneer by World Economic Forum Learn more

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We’ve developed a deeply modular, open architecture platform for direct air capture.

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News highlights

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GlobeNewswire | June 6, 2024
CarbonCapture Inc. secures lease for world’s first DAC manufacturing facility

At full capacity, the plant is projected to manufacture 4,000 modules per year—equal to 2 megatons of carbon dioxide removal capacity.
GlobeNewswire | May 29, 2024
CarbonCapture wins initial award as part of DOE's Carbon Dioxide Removal Purchase Pilot Prize program

As a semifinalist in the competition, the company will now compete to win up to $3 million for the sale of their credits to the U.S. government.
GlobeNewswire | March 27, 2024
Former FERC Chairman Neil Chatterjee joins board of CarbonCapture Inc.

Energy expert to help CarbonCapture secure clean, reliable, fully additional energy for large-scale direct air capture deployments.
Canary Media | March 14, 2024
CarbonCapture wants to take carbon removal down the cost curve

The aptly named startup just raised $80 million in private funding to try to prove out its “swappable” CO2-absorbing machines.
Reuters | March 12, 2024
US-based CarbonCapture raises $80 mln from Saudi Aramco, others

Los Angeles-based CarbonCapture, which aims to build machines that suck carbon dioxide out of the air to fight climate change, said it had raised $80 million from investors that include Saudi oil giant Saudi Aramco.
GlobeNewswire | November 16, 2023
Frontier Buyers Sign $20M Offtake Agreement with CarbonCapture Inc.

Frontier facilitates one of the largest carbon removal purchases to date on behalf of multiple buyers including Stripe, Alphabet, Shopify, Meta, JPMorgan Chase, and McKinsey Sustainability.
Amazon News | September 12, 2023
Amazon supports the world’s largest deployment of DAC technology to remove carbon from the atmosphere

Amazon’s Climate Pledge Fund is making an investment in CarbonCapture Inc., a climate technology company recognized for its pioneering modular DAC systems.
Press release | August 22, 2023
CarbonCapture and Partners Selected for DOE Funding of $12.5M to Develop Regional DAC Hub in Wyoming

Team selected for funding to conduct engineering studies for a DAC carbon removal facility and SAF production plant in Southwest Wyoming.
Press release | June 21, 2023
BCG buys carbon removal credits from CarbonCapture

The 40,000-ton carbon removal agreement represents the second largest publicly announced global direct air capture (DAC) offtake deal by volume, and the largest in the professional services industry globally.
Press release | June 21, 2023
CarbonCapture Inc. Awarded as 2023 Technology Pioneer by World Economic Forum

The World Economic Forum’s Technology Pioneers are early-stage companies that are at the forefront of new technologies and innovation and are poised to have a significant impact on business and society.
The Verge | March 22, 2023
Microsoft inks another deal to capture and store its carbon emissions underground

Microsoft has a new purchase agreement with CarbonCapture, a startup building a huge carbon removal project in Wyoming.

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