Adele Peters of FastCompany reports on Twelve, a sustainable carbon capture startup.
- Twelve uses carbon that is captured at a nearby refinery to create new materials.
- The company separates CO2 and water molecules with a metal catalyst to create smaller atomic bits that can then be used to make new products such as jet fuel and plastics.
- Twelve is showing that private sector innovation is key to creating a more sustainable future.
“Twelve has already partnered with the Air Force to make jet fuel from CO2, and it’s worked with Daimler and Procter & Gamble to demonstrate that it can recreate ingredients needed to make car parts and Tide, respectively.”
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