Orca is located in Reykjavik, Iceland, and sits on a quiet street adjacent to the Hellisheiði geothermal powerplant. The structure is a compact space designed to be easily replicated worldwide. Orca took a quick 15 months to build and is equipped to capture 4000 tons of C02 every year.
Christoph Gebald, the CEO of Climeworks believes Orca is equipped to one day reach global net-zero emissions. Orca is a scalable and replicable blueprint for producing clean air that can transform the carbon capture industry.
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