Heather Clancy of GreenBiz reports on DexMat, a startup that has developed a cleaner alternative to copper.
- Copper is a critical component to clean energy technologies such as batteries.
- DexMat is a Houston-based started born out of Rice University that is looking to commercialize a cleaner alternative to copper.
- The startup’s material, called Galvorn, has the same conductivity as copper but is lighter than aluminum and stronger than steel.
- DexMat believes that Galvorn has the ability to displace three gigatons of industrial emissions by bringing more clean energy technologies onto the grid and by reducing the production of steel and aluminum.
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