Sasol’s strategic ambition is to develop pathways to transition its existing coal- and natural gas- based operations to a preferred fossil-free future. Sasol intends to be net zero by 2050 and is committed to accelerating its transition to a low carbon world in support of the objectives of the Paris Agreement. This will be achieved via a combination of technologies, including but not limited to increasing energy efficiency, point source capture of CO2, implementation of sustainable energy sources as well as Direct Air Capture (DAC). To transition Sasol’s Secunda facility to fossil-free operations, and achieve Sasol’s net zero goal, several million tonnes of CO2 may need to be captured via DAC annually.
Sasol is seeking solutions that will enable cost effective implementation of DAC and integration into the feedstock value chain at their Secunda facilities and for future licenses held by their business unit, ecoFT.
Please fill out the following application form to submit your solution to the SDG Connect - DAC to the Future Challenge.
Submission window closes: Tuesday, February 28 at 11:59 pm PT.