Department of R&D at Reykjavik Energy is looking for two highly self-motivated research scientists to join the CarbFix team within the company.
New paper on the CarbFix project was just released in Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta titled "Reaction path modelling of in-situ mineralisation of CO2 at the CarbFix site at Hellisheidi, SW-Iceland" and describes reaction path modelling
Yesterday a group of scientists from the EU funded Horizon project S4CE (Science for Clean Energy) visited the CarbFix injection site, and the Hellisheidi Power Plant.
New paper on the CarbFix project was published in Nature Communications today, titled "High reactivity of deep biota under anthropogenic CO2 injection into basalt".
The launch of the world’s first carbon removal solution through direct air capture in Hellisheidi last week has received world-wide attention.
CarbFix and Climeworks have now joint forces through the CarbFix2 project, which is funded through the European Union’s Horizon 2020, to open the first negative emission plant using direct air capture at the CarbFix injection site.
Reykjavík Energy along with the University of Iceland and other international scientific institutions have received two EU grants for climate projects to the combined amount of EUR 12.2 million.