Zero Emission Direct Air Capture (DAC) system sequestering CO2 at the source.
We’re Changing the Way the World Thinks About Carbon Dioxide Removal (CDR)
Carbon Blade's containerized, small footprint system can be deployed anywhere. Fueled with 100% renewable energy, there is ZERO WASTE and carbon is put to use directly at the source.
WHY IS THIS IMPORTANT?
Multiple solutions are the only way to combat climate change
GLOBAL WARMING HAS REACHED CRITICAL PROPORTIONS
Catastrophic impacts of climate breakdown are mounting quickly and may soon outpace humanity’s ability to adapt. In more than 2,000 pages, IPCC's report lays bare the inequities inherent in the climate crisis, stressing that the communities most vulnerable to climate impacts are also the least to blame.
CO2 MITIGATION IS ESSENTIAL
Based on analysis from NOAA's Global Monitoring Lab, global average atmospheric carbon dioxide was 414.72 parts per million in 2021, and 421 ppm in May 2022. Decarbonization and Carbon Removal are essential processes to lower temperatures for continiued human existence.
A simplified proprietary approach, using a proven carbon capture reaction coupled with electrodialysis bipolar membrane (EDBM) separation.
The Carbon-Blade system combines proven technologies such as EDBM separation, alkaline absorption, and solar/wind energy to create a modular, transportable container that captures and sequesters carbon at the source.
Closed-loop electrochemical system
The only inputs are self-generated, renewable energy and air supplied by the wind
Lowers unit cost
Lowers carbon footprint
100% Renewable Energy
Low operating cost allows us to achieve near $100/ton
Deployable anywhere directly on-site
Eliminates CO2 transport costs
We’re looking for innovative organizations that are striving for Net Zero emissions. Let's work together.
Iceland, Hawaii, Italy
The big idea: turn CO2 into rock. It is estimated that facilities in Europe could theoretically store at least 4,000 billion tons of CO2 in rocks while the United States could store at least 7,500 billion tons. Let's do this.