Peter Eisenberger and Sasha Mackler write in RealClearEnergy about the need to mobilize carbon removal technology.
- Under the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, Congress directed the Department of Energy to establish regional direct air capture (DAC) hubs to accelerate breakthroughs in the technology.
- DAC will play a critical role in reducing emissions as the global demand for reliable and affordable energy continues to climb through 2050.
- While private sector interest is growing, Congress can help accelerate the commercialization of DAC by investing in research, development, and deployment initiatives.
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