The Center for Carbon Removal was on display at the Technology Showcase at the 2016 ARPA-E conference last week in Washington D.C. It was a great forum for engaging, technology developers, investors, and policymakers in our efforts to accelerate the development of economically-viable carbon removal solutions.
In fact, the conference featured three "fast-pitch" sessions for new ARPA-E programs related to carbon removal technology innovation. Check out the slides from these pitches, below:
- Bioenergy+CCS: Dr. Addison Stark - "Coal Does Grow on Trees! Fuel Switching for Baseload Power"
- Enhanced carbon sequestration in agriculture: Dr. Joe Cornelius - "Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions From Agriculture"
- Harnessing the ocean for bioenergy production: Dr. Marc von Keitz - "Seaweed 2.0 – Farming the Oceans for Fuels & Chemicals"
We were also really exited to see other friends showcasing technologies for a negative emissions future, including the ASU Center for Negative Carbon Emissions.
Lastly, for your weekend viewing pleasure, check out these videos from ARPA-E on carbon sequestration, and our older post on the idea for an "ARPA-C" (for carbon)!