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CarbonFree SkyMine® San Antonio, Texas
Our mission is to capture 10% of the world’s industrial CO2.
Our investors are made up of people and businesses who want to be a part of something big – for the environment and for a carbon-free future.
Our investors have an undeniable passion for not only a better planet but for investing in a sustainable future.
Let’s Talk About the Impact You Could Make
We have the technology to truly make a difference and contribute to your net-zero goals and the business model to do it profitably.
Your investment could help us take these solutions around the world.
WE WANT TO SEE YOUR COMPANY ACHIEVE NET-ZERO.
We have the solutions that will help you get there – through CCUS and carbon-negative chemicals, AND it’s surprisingly cost-effective, scalable, and safe.
Read how CarbonFree is playing its part in the journey to a net-zero planet.
- Using Separated CO2 Instead of Sequestering It – HZI and CarbonFree Develop Technology for EfWHitachi Zosen Inova and CarbonFree Chemicals Holding signed a memorandum of understanding concerning the joint development of technologies for separating and mineralizing CO2 from flue gases of energy from waste plants (EfW).
- CarbonFree selects Fluor to help bring its Carbon-to-Value technology to marketSAN ANTONIO, Texas. — July 29, 2021 — CarbonFree announced a strategic engagement with Fluor, a leading global engineering construction company, to help manufacture its carbon-to-value technology so it can be installed at industrial plants around the globe.
- CarbonFree and BayoTech to partner on zero-carbon hydrogen productionSAN ANTONIO, Texas. — July 23, 2021 — CarbonFree, a leader in carbon capture technology, announced today that it is partnering with BayoTech, a full-service localized hydrogen supplier, to integrate carbon capture technology into the hydrogen production process.
- CARBONFREE CEO & CFO FEATURED ON “INVEST WITH JAMES WEST” PODCASTSan Antonio, Texas. — June 2, 2021 — CarbonFree, a company whose technology captures carbon from industrial plants and transforms it into Calcum Carbonate, was featured on the latest episode of an investment podcast.