CO2 to carbon fiber - C2V - CO2 to Value In fact - CLIMAX
Mars Materials, Oakland: develops a new pathway for carbon fiber production using CO2 as a raw material
Mars Materials is commercializing technology that converts CO2 and biomass into low-cost and low-carbon feedstock used for thermoplastics and synthetic fibers such as 3D printing filament and carbon fibers, respectively. Mars estimates its technology can reduce carbon fiber production costs by 50%. Mars’ mission is to store a gigaton of CO2 into these and other everyday products.
It converts captured CO2 into plastics and carbon fibers by converting waste-CO2 into acrylonitrile and improving the resource intensive acrylonitrile production process used to create electronics, clothes, and carpets.