Carbon Capture Coalition Welcomes CarbonFree as a Participant
April 28, 2021 | About Us
Washington, DC – The Carbon Capture Coalition today welcomed CarbonFree as a Coalition Participant. CarbonFree produces innovative, proprietary technologies that capture, utilize, and reduce carbon emissions. Their patented carbon capture, utilization and storage processes capture CO₂ from stationary point source emitters and transforms it into safe, carbon-negative chemicals such as calcium carbonate and sodium bicarbonate for customers with net-zero ambitions or for long-term storage. CarbonFree’s SkyMine large-scale mineralization facility has been operational since 2015 in San Antonio, Texas.
Coalition Public Policy and Member Relations Manager Jessie Stolark issued the following welcome statement:
“We are pleased to welcome CarbonFree as one of the newest participants in the Carbon Capture Coalition, a nonpartisan collaboration of more than 80 companies, unions and NGOs building federal policy support for economywide deployment of carbon capture, removal, transport, utilization, and storage. CarbonFree’s focus on utilizing chemistry and carbon capture to create necessary chemicals for customers focused on net-zero goals is a perfect fit for the work of the Coalition. With growing interest in achieving net-zero emissions across the economy, it will be helpful to be able to point to new technologies such as those being pioneered by CarbonFree as we continue to highlight the multiple ways carbon management technologies can play a part in meeting mid-century climate goals while creating jobs and producing necessary materials for industrial use.”
For more information about CarbonFree visit their website at www.carbonfree.cc
The Carbon Capture Coalition is a nonpartisan collaboration of more than 80 businesses and organizations building federal policy support for economywide deployment of carbon capture, removal, transport, utilization, and storage. Our mission is to reduce carbon emissions to meet midcentury climate goals, foster domestic energy and industrial production, and support a high-wage jobs base through the adoption of carbon capture technologies. Convened by the Great Plains Institute, Coalition membership includes industry, energy, and technology companies; energy and industrial labor unions; and conservation, environmental, and energy policy organizations.