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Carbon transformation is supply chain transformation

Carbon transformation means using CO2 as a feedstock for thousands of products that today are made from fossil fuels. We do this through CO2 electrolysis. Our technology transforms CO2, water and renewable energy into hydrocarbons, the building blocks of chemicals, materials and fuels.

Carbon transformation can address industrial emissions by replacing fossil feedstocks with CO2 for chemicals, materials and fuels.


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We also address transportation emissions with power-to-liquids e-fuels that have up to 90% lower lifecycle emissions than conventional fuel.


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Eliminate emissions and fossil fuels from materials, chemicals and fuels lurking in supply chains.


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Carbon transformation means turning CO2 into products

CO2 to products has a dual emissions-reducing benefit

Carbon transformation has a dual benefit for emissions reduction. One, we can use CO2 to displace fossil fuels as feedstock, and stop emissions before they start. Two, we can use the emissions of hard-to-abate sectors, preventing them from going into the atmosphere.

Beyond capture, storage, utilization and off-setting

Rather than off-setting, capturing CO2 and storing it, or utilizing it for industrial purposes such as enhanced oil recovery, carbon transformation is a fundamentally different way to address carbon emissions. Carbon transformation means changing CO2 at the molecular level to make new useful products that today are made from fossil fuels. Carbon transformation eliminates emissions and displaces fossil fuels as a feedstock.

Carbon transformation is key to a circular carbon economy

Carbon transformation is the keystone of a circular carbon economy. By turning CO2 into a feedstock, we can transform our linear industrial systems into circular systems.

A critical pathway to fossil-free

Fossil fuels are used for both energy and as a feedstock for the production and manufacturing of chemicals, materials and fuels. Carbon transformation is critical to transitioning from fossil fuels by addressing the feedstock issue. 

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