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Equatic releases whitepaper on carbon dioxide removal

A fledgling company with a relationship with Boeing is marketing a process for seawater electrolysis to capture and store CO2 while producing hydrogen.

Carbon removal company Equatic has developed a process that relies on seawater electrolysis to capture and store CO2 while producing clean hydrogen, according to a news release.

A white paper written with consultation from EcoEngineers outlines Equatic’s approach to quantifying and verifying the carbon removal process.

Equatic operates two pilots in Los Angeles and Singapore. The company sells carbon removal credits and recently announced a pre-purchase option agreement with Boeing.

Under that agreement, Equatic will remove 62,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide and will deliver 2,100 metric tons of carbon-negative hydrogen to Boeing.

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