Worlds First negative emissions plant starts operations in Iceland, turning carbon dioxide into stone

Posted on:14 Oct 2017 10:50:23
Worlds First negative emissions plant starts operations in Iceland, turning carbon dioxide into stone
14 October 2017 Current Affairs: The world's first "negative emissions" plant that turns carbon dioxide into carbonate rocks has begun operations in Iceland.

The EU-backed project at one of the world's largest geothermal power plants in Hellisheidi, Iceland, will capture CO2 from ambient air for permanent storage underground.
The world's first "negative emissions" plant that turns carbon dioxide into carbonate rocks has begun operations in Iceland.

The EU-backed project at one of the world's largest geothermal power plants in Hellisheidi, Iceland, will capture CO2 from ambient air for permanent storage underground.

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