What we do and how we do it

We develop Direct Air Capture (DAC) technology to remove CO2 from the air and combat climate change.
Direct Air Capture, explained
Direct Air Capture (DAC) is a technology that actively removes CO2 from the atmosphere by passing ambient air through specialized chemical filters. It offers a highly promising solution for addressing challenging-to-reduce emissions as well as historical emissions.
Our Process in Action
In the first step, our machines use fans to push air through a specialized chemical filter known as a solid sorbent. This sorbent effectively captures CO2 molecules while allowing other molecules to return to the air.
Next, we heat the sorbent using steam, which releases the captured CO2 in gaseous state.
Finally, we compress the CO2 and transfer it to our partners for permanent storage in geological formations or conversion into other valuable products.
Our strategy focuses on speed and scale
Abundant, clean and cheap energy
We deploy to countries where we can leverage the exponential growth of renewable energy for an abundance of clean energy that will get cheaper over time. We can use geothermal steam directly or combine solar with heat pumps and thermal storage to generate even more heat, while mitigating the intermittency of solar.
Low capex
Thanks to our access to abundant, clean and cheap energy, we can put more emphasis on building simple machines with very low capital expenditure (capex). This approach significantly lowers costs and simplifies project financing.
Our modular technology is completely built in a factory, not assembled in the field, which steepens the learning curve and brings costs down faster. Making sure our technology is modular and plug-an-play is key to enabling our deployment model.
Build the future
Climate change is the defining challenge of our time. 

Join us to make a meaningful impact on this most important problem.