Let’s be honest.

Even if we stopped emitting CO2 tomorrow it wouldn’t be enough. The atmosphere would still hold a staggering amount of CO2. A heavy burden for future generations. It’s time to take responsibility for our past mistakes. One approach? Removing the CO2 that’s been accumulating in our atmosphere for centuries.

We offer a solution

Direct Air Capture (DAC) technologies extract CO2 directly from ambient air. As DAC systems efficiently capture CO2 that has already been emitted, they represent a remarkable example of carbon-negative technologies. To this day, as we keep on releasing CO2 as a by-product of our activities, DAC is one of the most neglected yet necessary waste management services that our society needs.

How necessary is it?

The time has come for us to close the cycle by removing CO2 from the atmosphere. To limit the temperature increase to 1.5°C we must drastically reduce emissions and permanently remove each year up to 30 billion tons of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere by 2050. That represents less than 0.001% of the current DAC capacity of operating plants worldwide. Have a look at these sources to better understand how serious this matter is: IPCC, IEA, EC.

Greenwashing who?

Let’s address the elephant in the room right away: is removing CO2 from the atmosphere greenwashing? No, it is not an excuse to continue emitting greenhouse gases. We are just as against major polluting activities as you are. Unfortunately, we have contributed too much to the emission of climate-changing gases and we need to back off. We do not justify today’s mistakes: emissions must go down. We are working to fix yesterday’s.

Right idea, right time

We are developing the 2.0 DAC technology: scalable, resilient, affordable.

We aim to cut energy demands by 90%, addressing the primary hurdle to the wide adoption of DAC technologies: energy-intensive processes and dependance on critical minerals for renewable energy production. Our innovative technology offers a highly efficient approach, not only avoiding resource competition with the energy transition but also reducing energy costs.

We can scale up quickly.

We are designing our DAC system to be non-site specific: deployable almost everywhere on the planet. The technology is designed to be independent of critical minerals and fragile supply chains. The high energy efficiency of our DAC system makes carbon removal low-cost and affordable. All our efforts are focused on scaling up our technology, enabling us to reach Gigaton capacity as fast as possible.

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