DAC Day 2024: Hopes, Hubs, and Hurdles

Direct air capture (DAC) technologies are an essential part of the toolkit needed to reach net-zero emissions, and the United States is leading the world in DAC demonstration and early deployment thanks to key government initiatives like the DAC Hubs and strong private sector investments in carbon removal. However, several challenges and uncertainties must be addressed in the coming decade by industry leaders and policymakers to ensure the long-term success of this technology and to support our climate goals.

Join the Bipartisan Policy Center, Department of Energy, and the broader DAC community on February 8 for a discussion on the future of DAC deployment in America, including the need to develop robust markets for DAC services, setting up the DAC Hubs for long-term success, and catalyzing public-private synergies through efforts across the federal government.

Programming will include keynote addresses from members of Congress and multiple panels featuring DOE leadership, environmental NGOs, carbon management experts, labor, and the financial community. A cocktail reception will follow the formal agenda.


Feb 08 2024


12:00 PM - 6:30 PM

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Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC)
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