NEG8 Carbon (formerly known as Trinity Green Energies) specializes in extracting CO2 from the atmosphere using advanced Direct Air Capture (DAC) technology, aiming to contribute to the reversal of climate change. The company originated as a spin-out from carbon capture research conducted at Trinity College Dublin in 2014.
As recognized leaders in the field of Direct Air Capture (DAC), NEG8 Carbon has an impressive track record, including the successful operation of the first-scale pilot project (capturing 1 tonne of CO2 per year) in Waterford, Ireland, which was validated in early 2023. Currently, the team is focused on scaling up their technology to full-scale commercial units, slated to be launched in 2024.
NEG8 Carbon collaborates closely with companies in the Food, Beverage, Energy, and Data Centers sectors to provide modular and scalable DAC solutions capable of capturing thousands of tonnes of CO2 annually. The company’s upcoming phase involves integrating its DAC technology with various storage solutions, such as underground sequestration or utilizing CO2 as a permanent additive to construction materials, to achieve permanent removal of CO2.