A carbon negative solution
Our transformative technology provides an abundant, reliable source of CO2 drawn from industrial flues or directly from the air. CO2 is supplied in any quantity desired via our completely modular design. Our modules each capture up to 40,000 tonnes of CO2 per year, and can be extended as neededMORE
We produce CO2 at the lowest cost in the industry, using energy provided by residual heat rather than electricity. The modularity and scalability of our plants keep capex in line with demand and utilization. Our plants are also easy to integrate with existing point sources, such as power plantsMORE
Our Direct Air Capture technology with optimized thermodynamics eliminates prohibitive distribution costs prevalent in the industry. CO2 is supplied on-site wherever needed without cumbersome trucking or expensive distribution infrastructure. We repurpose CO2 without geographic limitationMORE
Chief Executive Officer & Co-Founder
Dr. Chichilnisky is the author of over a dozen books and over 250 research papers. She is a world leading economist and mathematician. Graciela has a PHD in math from MIT, as well as a PHD in economics from Berkeley Graciela successfully founded and sold financial tech companies FITEL and Cross Border Exchange as well as authored the Kyoto Protocol carbon market. She is a tenured professor at Columbia University, as well as a visiting professor at Harvard and Stanford.
Dr. Chichilnisky is the 2015 CEO of the Year selected by IAIR, Yale Club NY April 2015
Chief Technology Officer & Co-Founder
Dr. Peter Eisenberger is a renowned scientist, corporate research executive, business entrepreneur, and leading academic. He started his career at the Bell Laboratories until he was recruited by Exxon to lead their Physical Sciences Research and Development Laboratory. At Exxon, Dr. Eisenberger was Senior Director of their Corporate Research Laboratory until 1989, when he was appointed Professor of Physics at Princeton University, where he founded Princeton’s Materials Institute. Dr. Eisenberger joined Columbia University in 1996 where he continues as Professor of Earth and Environmental Sciences. He received a B.A. in Physics from Princeton University in 1963 and a Ph.D. in Applied Physics from Harvard University in 1967.
Mr. Bronfman currently serves as a Managing Partner at Accretive LLC, a private equity firm focused on creating and investing in technology companies. He also served as CEO of Warner Music Group from 2004 to 2011 and as Chairman from 2011 to 2012, as well as CEO of Seagram. He currently chairs the Board of Directors of Endeavor, an international non-profit development organization that finds and supports high-impact entrepreneurs in emerging markets.
Our plants remove carbon dioxide from wherever it’s unwanted, and provide it wherever it’s critically needed, allowing businesses and nations to satisfy both financial & environmental objectives. GT merges sustainability with profit.
The Industrial Revolution has been a lot of fun but it has pumped a bit too much carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. As we all know, CO2 is not good for our environment. Global Thermostat wants to help our environment with their CO2 capture and use technology. Their device draws CO2 directly from the air—it’s like a scrubber on steroids. It’s cheap, easy to use, a breeze to integrate, and can be placed just about anywhere.
Dr. Graciela Chichilnisky was recently selected by IAIR® (International Alternative Investment Review), one of the fastest growing magazines worldwide concerning the global economy and sustainability, as the 2015 CEO of the Year in Sustainability. Her company, Global Thermostat, was also named Best Company for Sustainability in the “Clean Energy Solutions” category for its business model, which captures carbon from air and transforms it into cash.
For addressing global warming by grabbing carbon dioxide out of the air. Our energy-intensive western lifestyle comes with a hefty price: To generate most of our electricity we burn fossil fuels, a process that pumps billions of tons of carbon dioxide into the air every year. That CO2, in turn, helps warm the atmosphere (and explains why 2014 was the hottest year on record). Global Thermostat has a fix: filter air through devices that capture the CO2 with a chemical scrubber.
Patents awarded in the United States and Japan
Countries bound to exclusive IP protection
Commercial projects in different verticals
Plants to be rolled out over seven years