AirMyne Harnesses Geothermal Energy for Direct Air Carbon Capture Expansion

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That’s one way to think about direct air capture, a technology which uses machines to pull carbon dioxide straight from the atmosphere. The ability to use heat from geothermal energy, Cyffka said, is helpful. Geothermal is a really promising pathway for where DAC needs to go.”Along those lines, the company is working with Fervo, pairing its carbon capture system with the geothermal startup’s advanced geothermal project in Utah. In 2026, AirMyne is planning to deploy its carbon capture technology to a sequestration site in San Joaquin County, California, where it will be injected underground. Still, the demand for carbon capture is likely to be so large that the market will have space for several different companies.