The green tech that could help Iceland become carbon neutral by 2040

The green tech that could help Iceland become carbon neutral by 2040

Iceland is developing a suite of technologies to help it reach carbon neutrality by 2040 – and its research could help other countries go green too

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4 January 2023

The geodesic dome of the CarbFix CO2 injection site

Michael Le Page

Inside a small, geodesic dome near Iceland’s Hellisheiði geothermal power station, water full of carbon dioxide is being pumped hundreds of metres down into the porous basalt. At least, I am assured it is: the water is so clear that the pipe looks empty when I peer through a viewing window at it. The CO2 will react with metals in the rock and turn into carbonates, locking it away safely for millennia.

For Iceland, this project is a way to …

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