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Buildings as Carbon Sinks — YouTube Transcript

Soletair Power — Carbon capture technology company in Finland

Our technology captures CO₂ from the air in buildings and enhances global wellbeing. Soletair Power’s technology is behind the world’s first economically profitable P2X fuel production, produced from CO₂ captured directly from the air. Our compact, sleek and modular-designed air-capture products efficiently captures CO₂ from the indoor air by turning buildings into carbon sinks. Reduced carbon dioxide indoors increases human cognitive functions.

Soletair Power Oy, the direct air capture company from Finland, has already been featured in CNBC’s Sustainable Energy Show, BBC, ARS Technica, termed as the Carbon ghostbusters by Sifted, mentioned in Helsingin Sanomat, YLE and got funded multiple times by Wärtsilä for representing an important step towards a carbon-neutral future.

Transcript:

Direct Air Capture is a new technology that captures CO₂ from this air. There is 450 ppm, so a small amount of that. But this technology is one element to help to stop climate change. That even though it sounds okay, only one building, does it matter? But it’s the same thing with everything. Does it matter if we recycle, does it matter if we select a bicycle over a car? Yes, it does. Because that’s the thing that it starts from the individuals and goes to the masses.

This building could take 8,000 kilos of CO₂, that’s a carbon sink in a real way. There should be one in every building around the world. And how many buildings there are, how many people? It can really help to make the world a better place for everybody. And at the same time, of course, then prevent the climate change and stop the climate change. The only thing that you need is to take that water, take CO₂ from the air, put it there, and boom, the miracle happens. And the miracle here is the Soletair Power guys.

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