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CarbonCapture Plans Mesa, Arizona, Manufacturing Operations

CarbonCapture Inc., a direct air capture system company that builds modular systems that can be mass produced, plans to establish manufacturing operations in Mesa, Arizona. The project is expected to create 400 jobs by 2029.

The 83,000-square-foot complex, located in the Elliot Road Technology Corridor, will manufacture 4,000 modules per year.

“We’re excited that Arizona is joining California, Wyoming and other states in the vanguard of the American DAC industry,” said Adrian Corless, CEO of CarbonCapture Inc. “Arizona's vibrant innovation ecosystem and commitment to clean tech made it the ideal location for our manufacturing site. As we grow out our team here, we’re committed to offering competitive wages along with comprehensive benefits packages for all full-time staff. Furthermore, we’re exploring partnerships with Mesa Community College and local high school trade programs to foster a variety of workforce training opportunities.”

CarbonCapture develops and deploys direct air capture machines that can be connected in large arrays to remove massive amounts of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. With a patented modular open systems architecture, the company’s DAC systems allow for mass production, plug-and-play upgrades, and unlimited scalability.

“With this innovative facility, CarbonCapture advances Arizona’s clean energy ecosystem and adds to Mesa’s vibrant manufacturing industry,” noted Sandra Watson, President and CEO of the Arizona Commerce Authority (ACA). “We’re grateful to CarbonCapture for their commitment to Arizona, and we look forward to supporting their future success in Mesa.”

“CarbonCapture’s recent partnerships with organizations like ASU, the Amazon Climate Pledge Fund and Frontier Climate and its work to advance DAC technology position it as a catalyst for progress in the globally significant climate technology ecosystem,” added Chris Camacho, President and CEO, Greater Phoenix Economic Council. “This commitment underscores the collaborative spirit of Greater Phoenix and highlights our region’s sophistication as a premier destination Greater Phoenix and highlights our region’s sophistication as a premier destination for cutting-edge innovation in The New Photon Economy.”

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