Carbfix Wins Blaze Inclusion Award in the Guardian Category
Carbfix, the world's first CO2 mineral storage operator, has won the Blaze Inclusion Award in the Guardian category. This category celebrates individuals and companies actively engaged in sustainability, climate, and environmental protection, emphasizing the link between diversity, inclusion, and climate action.
Edda Aradóttir, CEO of Carbfix, expressed gratitude for the award on behalf of the company, saying: "I'm deeply honored by this recognition. At Carbfix, our mission is clear. We aim to be a key instrument in tackling the climate crisis and significantly reducing global CO2 emissions."
Carbfix has pioneered a groundbreaking approach to carbon capture and storage, becoming the world's first CO2 mineral storage operator. Since 2012, Carbfix has mineralized over 90 thousand tons of CO2 in Iceland. This proven, safe, and cost-effective carbon storage solution holds immense potential, not just in Iceland but worldwide.
"This award is a testament to the dedication of the Carbfix team, who tirelessly work towards climate recovery," said Edda.
Carbfix recognizes the importance of diversity, inclusion, and climate protection, understanding the clear connection between these factors.
The Blaze Inclusion Award in the Guardian category reflects Carbfix's achievements in combating climate change and highlights the company's contribution to a sustainable future.
Carbfix is the world’s first CO2 mineral storage operator. Since 2012, Carbfix has mineralized over 90 thousand tons of CO2 in Iceland using proprietary technology. This proven, safe, permanent, and cost-effective carbon storage solution is ripe for significant upscaling both in Iceland and worldwide. Carbfix’s largest current project is Coda Terminal, recipient of a EUR 115M grant from the EU’s Innovation Fund, with an expected capacity to mineralize 3 million tons of CO2 annually. Further information at: www.carbfix.com
About the Blaze Inclusion Awards
The Blaze Awards celebrate and illuminate trailblazers – individuals and organizations from 8 Nordic countries – who actively and passionately uplift Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging (DEIB) initiatives in their workspaces, communities, and society overall. Further information at: blaze.diversify.no.
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