Who We Are
At Skyonic, we believe that clean air and economic growth are not mutually exclusive. We believe that mineralizing CO2 emissions is the best-available method for addressing global warming.
Watch a great video from Scientific American about turing a profit from CO2 emissions.
And watch here for Senator Barton and Dr. Friedmann discussing Skyonic in a hearing before the House Energy and Commerce Committee in February.
- Skyonic is thrilled to be among the recipients of CCEMC’s Grand Challenge: Innovative Carbon Uses. We’ll be using the funding to further develop SkyCycle™. Read more in our press release.
- Our investors and partners are as excited as we are about Capitol SkyMine. See what ConocoPhillips and Cenovus have to say about working with us.
- We’re happy to be recognized by The Energy Collective as a way to use carbon dioxide as a resource and by Austin Monthly as one of Austin’s Bright Ideas.
- Pollution is everyone’s problem. See what’s drifting towards the US.
- Read about Skyonic and Capitol SkyMine on the Cleantech Blog, and read an interesting article about oil production (and HCl demand) in Texas.
- Skyonic breaks ground on our first commercial plant. Read about the Groundbreaking at Capitol SkyMine.
- The Summary Report for the IPCC 5th Assessment is out: Committee finds with 95% certainty that climate change is manmade.
- Read a great article about Skyonic and Cenovus Energy in October’s Oil Sands Review.
- Skyonic is hiring! Check out our job opportunities.
- Skyonic awards $117 million construction contract to Toyo-Thai-USA. Read our press release.
- Skyonic announced $128 million in funding. Read our press release and read about it on Bloomberg.
- Joe Jones recently spoke at the Western Energy Summit in Calgary. Read a great write-up here.
- Read about Skyonic in the Financial Times, Ars Technica, Energy Daily, and Fast Company.
- Skyonic has been named to the Global Cleantech 100, for 2012 and 2013.
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- DOE calls Skyonic “a potential replacement for existing scrubber technology.”