Carbonor and Aker Carbon Capture have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to jointly develop Carbonor's planned low CO2 char production in Øygarden in western Norway. The project will utilize Aker Carbon Capture's Just Catch 100 technology integrated with Carbonor's pyrolysis technology to produce low-emission, high-carbon reductants for the alloy industry. The project could become the first in which carbon capture and storage is sold as a service, where the emitter pays a fee based on the volume of carbon captured. As part of the project, Carbonor and Aker Carbon Capture will establish the full CCS value chain from capture to storage, utilizing leading technology, as well as innovative business models. The companies are already collaborating on CCS solutions for char production. Aker Carbon Capture's mobile test unit is currently at Carbonor's site in Poland, testing ACC's proprietary technology for CO2 capture. The Just Catch 100 is Aker Carbon Capture's modular and compact carbon capture unit with annual capture capacity of 100,000 tonnes CO2. The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) covers the development of the Øygarden opportunity and has a validity of four years.