The role of direct air capture in making aviation sustainable

Direct air capture (DAC) - which removes CO2 directly from the air - holds one of the keys to aviation's decarbonisation, as it is essential for producing green e-kerosene.

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Join T&E’s event, following a forthcoming E4tech report,  to assess whether, when and how DAC can be scaled up to decarbonise European aviation.

The webinar will give participants a first hand briefing from the author of the report, and perspectives from  industry and NGOs on what policy support is needed to scale up the technology.

Click here to read the report

Provisional agenda:

14h30 – Welcome remarks: Andrew Murphy, Aviation Director, Transport & Environment

14h35 – Report presentation: Jo Howes, Principal Consultant, E4tech, followed by Q&A

15.05 – T&E views on DAC, Andrew Murphy, Aviation Director, Transport & Environment

15h15 – A perspective on accounting for DAC: Keith Whiriskey, Deputy Director, Bellona Europe

15h25 – A view from the industry: Daniel Egger, Chief Commercial Officer, Climeworks

15h35 – Q&A and closing remarks

Click here to download the presentations.