Join us in New York City on Thursday December 1 to celebrate the culmination of the second year of the Carbon to
Join us in New York City on Thursday December 1 to celebrate the culmination of the second year of the Carbon to Value (C2V) Initiative! Hear from the 8 Year 2 Cohort startups shaping the future of the carbontech industry as they each present their unique solutions, the progress they’ve made throughout the past six months of the C2V program, and where they are headed next.
At this event, attendees will:
- Hear presentations from the C2V Year 2 Cohort of carbontech startups developing technology and business innovations to capture, convert, and/or sequester carbon
- Learn form carbontech experts
- Have the opportunity to network with government, nonprofit, and corporate executives from the Carbontech Leadership Council
- Meet with carbontech entrepreneurs, investors, and other climate champions
The C2V Initiative’s Year 2 Cohort:
- Aluminum Technologies has developed Carbo-Chloride Reduction (CCR) aluminum manufacturing technology, which captures process CO2 and also reduces power consumption relative to conventional methods.
- Carbon Upcycling Technologies utilizes point-source CO2 and mineralizes it with waste materials to create supplementary cementitious materials (SCMs) that can be used in building materials.
- Carbonova utilizes CO2 and methane as a feedstock to produce carbon nanofibers (CNF) that may be used in various fields such as transportation and buildings.
- ecoLocked converts waste biomass into biochar to create admixes that can replace a share of the cement used in concrete manufacturing, and thus sequester carbon within buildings.
- Full Cycle Bioplastics has a patented bacteria-based technology that converts organic waste into Polyhydroxyalkanoate (PHA), a biopolymer that can be used to replace a wide range of oil-based plastic applications.
- Lydian Labs develops an electro-thermal reactor technology that converts captured CO2 into fuels and chemicals.
- Molecule Works develops a solid sorbent Direct Air Capture (DAC) system using a novel reactor and contactor configuration.
- Osmoses develops polymers for gas separation, enabling membrane-based carbon capture applications.
(Thursday) 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Hyrbid Event: The Cure at 345 Park Ave South
345 Park Avenue South New York, NY 10010