Nuclear Direct Air Capture with Carbon Storage Pilot

Nuclear Direct Air Capture with Carbon Storage Pilot

Carbonvert, along with Battelle, Southern Company, Sargent & Lundy and the University of Alabama, are collaborating on an exploratory study for the direct air capture and storage of CO2 emissions from a nuclear power plant. The project was awarded $2.5 million from the US Department of Energy in September 2022.  This FEED study for a direct air capture system is co-located with Southern Company‚Äôs Joseph M. Farrley Nuclear Plant.

Learning for Future Projects:

In addition to researching the economic and engineering scalability of these programs, this project will include analyses on environmental safety and health, environmental justice, economic revitalization and jobs and a cradle-to-grave life cycle analysis.

A Guiding Hand:

Carbonvert serves as a strategic advisor, commercialization partner and lead cost-share investor for the project.

Nuclear Direct Air Capture with Carbon Storage Pilot
Columbia, AL

Carbonvert
Southern Company
Battelle
University of Alabama
Air Capture
Sargent & Lundy
DOE Award