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BluSky Carbon Commercializes CO2 Transactions with Carbonfuture GmbH

OLD SAYBROOK, CT/VANCOUVER, BC / July 2, 2024 / BluSky Carbon Inc. (CSE: BSKY) (“BluSky” or the “Company”), an innovative entry into the carbon removal clean technology sector is pleased to announce a multi-year brokerage and monitoring, reporting & verification (MRV) services agreement with Carbonfuture GmbH (“Carbonfuture”) with immediate effect.

BluSky CEO Will Hessert notes, “The entire BluSky team is excited about this partnership. Carbonfuture is highly selective when choosing carbon removal suppliers; BluSky’s ability to pass their stringent due diligence process is a testament to our team’s professionalism and operational excellence. We are delighted to begin working with the team at Carbonfuture to secure further partnerships and advance the carbon removal industry.”

About Carbonfuture GmbH

Carbonfuture is the world’s leading provider of durable carbon removal, enabling companies like Microsoft and Swiss Re to purchase portfolios of rigorously tracked and third-party verified carbon removal credits from a global network of suppliers such as BlueSky (for more information on Carbonfuture see: https://www.carbonfuture.earth/).

With offices in Freiburg, Germany; Zurich, Switzerland; and San Francisco, USA, Carbonfuture offers a Trust Infrastructure for durable carbon removal. The Trust Infrastructure consists of products that seamlessly connect the entire carbon removal lifecycle including Carbonfuture MRV+, the most comprehensive MRV solution for durable carbon dioxide removal (CDR), and Carbonfuture Marketplace, the leading marketplace for durable CDR.

Carbonfuture builds trust throughout the carbon removal journey through a rigorous, data-driven approach, ensuring quality and reliability of carbon removal. They empower suppliers by providing the essential project support and finance needed to transform their carbon removal projects into fully certified carbon credits. For corporate buyers, they offer access to portfolios of carbon removal credits adhering to the highest quality standards and provide visibility at each step of the carbon removal lifecycle. Find out more at https://www.carbonfuture.earth/faq.

About BluSky Carbon Inc. (CSE: BSKY)

BluSky is a renewable energy company that is in the business of converting organic and industrial waste into biochar, renewable power and carbonate rocks, as well as the development and sale of carbon capture technology. BluSky’s primary objectives are to (1) construct carbon removal equipment; (2) sell the biochar produced by the carbon removal equipment; and (3) sell carbon credits ‎generated from the production of biochar. The Company’s business model is based on the growing need for carbon neutrality and demand to reduce CO2 emissions.

BluSky is publicly listed on the CSE (news release – June 18), its common shares trade under the symbol BSKY, and its public filings and related documents are available on the Company’s profile page on SEDAR+ at www.sedarplus.ca. For more information about the Company, please visit https://bluskycarbon.com/ and sign up to receive news alerts or join us on social media at Facebook, X (formerly Twitter), Instagram, or LinkedIn.

ON BEHALF OF THE COMPANY

William (“Will”) Hessert
Chief Executive Officer

BluSky Carbon Inc.
35 Research Parkway,
Old Saybrook, CT, 06475
Tel. (860) 577-2080
Web, https://bluskycarbon.com/
Email. info@bluskycarbon.com

Sales or partner opportunities:
Greg Pakiela, Business Development
greg.pakiela@bluskycarbon.com

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