CACTUS: CO2 Aerogel Capture Towards Utilization and Sequestration

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NANOPOROUS AEROGELS ENABLE UNPRECEDENTED MOISTURE SWING ADSORPTION PERFORMANCE

The Palo Alto Research Center, (PARC) in collaboration with Creare, LLC and Arizona State University are developing a novel solid sorbent and air contactor prototype for Direct Air Capture (DAC) of carbon dioxide. CACTUS will yield substantial improvements to sorbent material and carbon-capture process cost, drastically improving the economic viability of DAC using the breakthrough Moisture-Swing Adsorption (MSA) mechanism.

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