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Southeast DAC Hub (SEDAC)

USA
Announced

Overview

Status
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Announced
Region
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North America
Geography
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USA
State
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Alabama
Equity Owner
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Southern Company; Longleaf CCS; Tenaska; Mobile Chambers of Commerce;
Proponent
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Southern States Energy Board
Output
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Direct air capture
Type of electricty
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Capacity
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100,000 net tonnes of CO2.
Financing
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DOE Funding: $10,2m; Non-DOE Funding: $10,2m; Total Value: $20,4m
Technology
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Technical Advisors
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8 Rivers; Aircapture (technology providers)
Advisors
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Project Contact
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Ben Wernette, Ph.D., Principal Scientist and Strategic Partnerships Lead
Lawyers
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Project Cost
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Offtaker
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Commercial Operations Date
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Decommission Date
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FID
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Description

Southern States Energy Board, in coordination with site host Alabama Power Company, plans to develop the Southeast DAC (SEDAC) Hub project to support the deployment of DAC technology in Mobile County, Alabama.

The project team includes personnel from various organizations, including 8 Rivers, Aircapture, Crescent Resource Innovation, ENTECH Strategies, Georgia Tech, Mitternight, RTI International, Southern Company Services, the University of Alabama, and the University of South Alabama.
The anchoring technologies for the SEDAC Hub were developed or optimized by 8 Rivers and Aircapture.

The hub includes two DAC facilities, each with an initial capture capacity of 50,000 net tonnes of CO2. It will be located on property adjacent to James M. Barry Electric Generating Plant in Bucks, Alabama.



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