Our technologies are designed to unlock and efficiently convert massive supplies of under-utilized natural resources into renewable fuels and electrification products that contribute to balancing global uses and emissions of carbon.
Carbon Neutral Oil Wells.
Hidden in Plain Sight.
We convert wasted and unused biomass feedstock into cellulosic ethanol and drop-in fuels. America alone has enough untapped woody biomass to meet more than a third of the U.S. transportation demand.
U.S. forestlands were historically twice as large prior to being cut for less productive uses. We create incentives for those resources to be restored to grow, harvest, and replant billions of tons of fast-growing trees.
Net Zero Fuels
A single biorefinery based on our technologies can produce more than 70 million gallons of cellulosic ethanol and 30 million gallons of renewable diesel from 1 million metric tons of woody biomass.
Owners of under-utilized forestlands can generate additional income by sustainably growing, harvesting, and replanting enough feedstock to decarbonize while producing about 18 barrels of biocrude per acre with our technologies.
Reducing Reliance on Fossil Fuels.
Recycled Battery Products.
Our technologies are designed to crush, separate, and condition every class of lithium-ion battery feedstock together with their host devices and other electrification materials for unrivaled client flexibility.
Conventional recycling processes suffer from high lithium losses. We extract lithium immediately after crushing and conditioning for market leading yields to maximize recovery for reuse in electrification products.
There is No Spoke
The breadth of our capabilities and the efficiency of our processes give our battery metal recycling facility a much larger market territory to process up to 100,000 tons per year into an array of electrification products.
Our ‘black mass’ powders are highly concentrated without any impurities, giving us unprecedented optionality to work with multiple refining partners to maximize recovery of cobalt, nickel, copper, gold, and silver.