Direct Air Capture is a key technology in the pursuit of meeting the global goal Net Zero by 2050. The rising levels of CO2 in the atmosphere are only going to accelerate the worst effects of climate change. The world not only needs to reduce emissions, but they need to be actively removed from the atmosphere. However, due to the low concentration of CO2 in the air, it is thermodynamically and economically costly to remove. Therefore, carbon removal solutions must find innovative approaches to reduce the cost as much as possible to be successful. Calcite’s advantage is it’s simplicity. Calcite was intentionally designed to minimize technical complexity and costs. The Calcite process passes ordinary air with approximately ≈415 PPM CO2 across calcium hydroxide in a large warehouse, absorbing CO2 from the air into calcium carbonate crystals, similar to how concrete sidewalks dry and absorb carbon in the process. The calcium carbonate that’s created is cycled into a kiln to regenerate calcium hydroxide and capture CO2. The Calcite process accelerates the carbonation of the calcium. Because CO2 from around the world mixes in the atmosphere, Calcite can be located in the most cost effective regions to maximize its carbon removal and minimize the cost.