Clairity is one of the latest entrants into the direct air capture market, where companies compete to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere at the lowest cost.
Greenlyte’s process doesn’t just remove carbon dioxide from the air. It also makes hydrogen.
The startup is betting that direct air capture can be profitable by starting with niche markets.
The Y Combinator alumnus quickly adapted its technology after the Inflation Reduction Act changed the economics of carbon capture.
NeoCarbon, a Berlin-based climate tech startup that’s taking a retrofitting approach to scaling direct air capture (DAC) devices for uptake of CO2 emissions has nabbed pre-seed funding. Its focu