Camille Bond writes in GreenBiz on carbon campuses.
- Carbon campuses, such as ExxonMobil’s Houston-based Carbon Capture Hub, are areas where CO2 is sequestered and used to create products or stored underground.
- The United States is uniquely poised to lead the world in carbon capture because of existing oil and gas infrastructure, a commitment to energy innovation, and a unique geological advantage.
- Through carbon capture investments, the private sector is leading the way to a cleaner energy future.
“From Net Zero Teesside in the United Kingdom to Houston’s Carbon Capture Hub, a new generation of carbon campuses — where carbon dioxide emissions are captured, used in products and stored underground — is coming online.”
Read the full article here.