Our first farm partnership was forged in 2022 with a shellfish company in Donegal. Mulroy Bay is located between the Fanad and Rosguill peninsulas along the Wild Atlantic Way in North Donegal. The entrance to the bay is a narrow embayment leading to a winding entrance channel approximately 12km long along a north-south axis. This channel varies in width and depth, with three significant narrows only 100–150m across, where the current reaches a maximum of 3-5 knots. It opens into the Broad Water, an open shallow sea lough, generally less than 20m in depth and with many small rocky islands and islets.
Current & Planned Partnerships
Our model is scalable almost without limits. For this reason, we are in conversation with shellfish farms around the world about partnering with us to combat climate change and bring about regional positive environmental impact where it is most needed. If you are a sea farmer anywhere in the world and are interested in understanding more about the financial and environmental benefits of working with Carbon Kapture then we would love to hear from you.