CARBON REMOVAL CREDITS FOR THE AVIATION SECTOR
While companies in every industry are working to meet net zero climate targets, the world's airlines, airports and air cargo carriers are leading the way in their commitments through the Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation (CORSIA). With carbon dioxide removal (CDR) credits enabled via Direct Air Capture (DAC) and sequestration, 1PointFive is ready to help the aviation sector act to meet its CORSIA commitments and net zero targets.
WHY DAC CDRs FROM 1POINTFIVE?
CDRs derived from DAC and sequestration are considered to be more durable than CDRs derived from alternative methods.
DAC with sequestration allows for actual measurement and tracking of exactly how much CO₂ gets removed and stored.
Our flagship DAC is designed to remove up to 500,000 tonnes of CO₂ annually when fully operational. Plans for our future DAC facilities include designs for the removal of up to 1,000,000 tonnes of CO₂ annually.
Bridge to SAF
While Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) will be critical to decarbonizing aviation, it is scarce. DAC CDRs provide a lower-cost pathway to address emissions and enable immediate action in pursuing CORSIA compliance. CDRs can also address residual emissions, including any associated with SAF.
Purchasing DAC CDRs today will drive down the cost of Direct Air Capture worldwide, and therefore, the cost of CO₂-derived SAF.
Setting the Standards
1PointFive is playing a leading role in establishing high-integrity monitoring, reporting and verification methodologies for carbon removal projects, notably as a founding partner of the CCS+ initiative, which is developing robust carbon accounting methodologies.
WHAT INDUSTRY LEADERS
ARE SAYING ABOUT DAC CDRs
“As we continue to review and invest in sustainable and innovative technologies and processes that help further our mission, we look forward to seeing the positive impact that partnering with 1PointFive brings to our airline.”
– Shinichi Inoue, President and CEO of ANA
CARBON REMOVAL IN ACTION
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The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) established CORSIA with the aim of addressing any increase in total CO₂ emissions from international aviation through an “emissions unit” offset scheme. ICAO determines which emissions units are eligible for use in achieving CORSIA compliance. The approval of DAC CDRs as emissions units eligible for use in achieving CORSIA compliance remains subject to ICAO approval. References to use of DAC CDRs for meeting CORSIA commitments or enabling CORSIA compliance in this document do not represent, warrant or imply the expression of any opinion on the part of the ICAO concerning the eligibility of DAC CDRs for achieving or demonstrating compliance with CORSIA or that any such ICAO approval shall be obtained.