Carbon Storage

Carbon Management with Noah Deich

Photo by Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management

Carbon management – both point source carbon capture (on existing emissions sources) and carbon dioxide removal (directly from the atmosphere) – are key pillars of the US’s climate strategy. This seminar will provide an overview of the current policy and market landscape of carbon management in the U.S., and how the field is developing in the near-term.

Noah Deich

Mr. Noah Deich is the Deputy Assistant Secretary for the Office of Carbon Management in the Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management (FECM). In this role, he oversees FECM’s Carbon Management program, which focuses on minimizing the climate and environmental impacts of fossil energy through technology pathways including carbon capture, carbon dioxide (CO2) removal, CO2 conversion into products, reliable CO2 storage, and hydrogen production with carbon management.

Mr. Deich joined FECM from Carbon180, which he co-founded to catalyze the development of a portfolio of carbon removal solutions. Prior to that, he was an economic and management consultant with Accenture and ICF international, where he gained experience in many fields including environmental market and carbon offset modeling and renewable and fossil energy power plants valuations. Mr. Deich received his MBA from the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley and his BA from the University of Virginia.

9:30 am - 10:30 am
The Corner Building