Save the Planet for the Next Generations in 100 years

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Save the Planet for the Next Generations in 100 years


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Direct Air Capture(DAC)

"DAC" stands for "Direct Air Capture," the latest technology to mitigate climate change by directly capturing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and burying it underground or using it as a raw material for synthetic fuels and other applications. We are working to develop new low-cost, high-performance DAC systems.

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About DAC
"DAC" stands for "Direct Air Capture."
DAC is a state-of-the-art technology that captures carbon dioxide directly from the air and buries it underground or uses it as a raw material for synthetic fuels,

The main challenge is to reduce costs while maintaining a high CO2 recovery rate.
1. Low CO₂ Adsorption Amount Difficult to adsorb CO₂ at low concentrations
2. High Energy Cost for CO₂ Desorption Enormous amount of energy for desorption of recovered CO₂
3. High Maintenance Costs Adsorbent with low durability (1 year) and high cost
4. High Construction Costs Large size, low versatility, high construction cost
Our story
Capture 1 gigaton (1 billion tons) of CO₂ per year by 2050 and become a frontier runner in solving climate change

Stop climate change and leave a beautiful planet for future generations

・Save the Planet First
・Be the Leader
・Respect, Gratitude and Integrity
・Move fast, Fail fast, Achieve fast
・Keep Innovating

Although the need to achieve virtually zero CO₂ emissions by 2050 is being called for, people's behavioral change has not kept pace, and CO₂ emissions will continue. It is assumed that we will face a climate crisis in which climate disasters such as tornadoes, heat waves, and floods will occur in a domino-style pattern.

As a trump card to avoid such a situation, Direct Air Capture (DAC), which captures CO₂ directly from the atmosphere, is attracting attention as a CO₂ negative emission technology (= a technology that results in negative net CO2 emissions through the process), and technology development is underway worldwide. However, the atmospheric CO

However, the technology is still in its infancy due to the extremely low concentration of CO₂ in the atmosphere (0.04%), the limited amount recovered, and a recovery cost of nearly $1,000/t-CO2, so innovation is needed. In addition, recycling DAC-derived CO₂ in the production of synthetic fuels to replace fossil fuels can contribute to the realization of zero emissions.

We at Planet Savers are developing a DAC device that captures CO₂ from the atmosphere using an innovative adsorbent based on zeolite, an inorganic porous material, in order to realize DAC at a practically feasible cost level and save the world from climate change, thereby contributing to achieving virtually zero CO2 emissions.

In 2050, 1 gigaton of CO2 will be captured by our device, protecting the beautiful earth for another 100 years.

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Planet Savers, Inc.
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