Toyota Ventures backs Brilliant Planet CO2 storage units launching in 2024 in Morocco

Toyota Ventures backs Brilliant Planet CO2 storage units launching in 2024 in Morocco

The British company recently raised $12 million to set up an algae production plant in the Sahara desert in Akhfenir, a coastal town in southern Morocco. 

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            ▪ Toyota Ventures backs Brilliant Planet CO2 storage units launching in 2024 in Morocco

▪ The British company recently raised $12 million to set up an algae production plant in the Sahara desert in Akhfenir, a coastal town in southern Morocco. 

https://www.africabusinessplus.com/en/812088/toyota-ventures-backs-brilliant-planet-co2-storage-units-in-morocco-launching-in-2024/

Construction of the carbon sequestration infrastructure will start in mid-2023, and the unit will be operational in 2024. The 30 ha demonstration unit will be followed by the construction and commissioning of a 1,000 ha commercial production unit in 2025.

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