350Solutions has issued an ISO 14034: 2016 Environmental Technology Verification (ETV) Statement for Dimensional Energy’s solar thermal-catalytic reactor. Dimensional Energy’s technology utilizes CO2 and H2 to produce a syngas mixture. Syngas can then be used as a feedstock for further processing into a variety of chemicals and products, including diesel or aviation fuels. The Dimensional Energy process utilizes sunlight exclusively for reactor energy input, with solar tracking and reactor controls automated through a PLC and proprietary software program.
Tim Hansen, Founder and CEO, sat down today for a Project by the Numbers debrief to talk about some of the impressive numbers behind the NRG COSIA Carbon XPRIZE competition and 350Solutions role as the official verifiers for the competition. Click here to read more about the project. Q. What is verification as it relates […]
350Solutions’ efforts meant the NRG COSIA Carbon XPRIZE competition’s judges received high-quality, vetted performance data for each of the nine finalists
In January of last year, I made a few predictions about what I thought would happen during 2020 related to the carbon future in the realms of business, energy, and society. In retrospect, all predictions about what would happen in 2020 seem pretty ostentatious, but what did we know? Nowhere in those predictions did I include a global pandemic that would fundamentally change the way we live our lives.
350Solutions is pleased to announce they have joined the Research Triangle Cleantech Cluster (RTCC) in commitment to expanding the economic impact and growth of cleantech in North Carolina. The Research Triangle Cleantech Cluster is an initiative of business, government, academic, and nonprofit leaders focused on accelerating the growth of the Research Triangle Region’s cleantech economy.
This past year was critical in raising awareness around the monumental shifts needed to address the effects of climate change and stabilize our global environment, and we predict the momentum built in 2019 will drive positive further change during this year.
Examines the critical climate change (carbon impact) and cleantech trends witnessed 2019 and how different industries have responded.