Beyond sustainable—Galvorn is CO₂-negative at scale


Making materials is a huge contributor to climate change

Steel, aluminum, and copper are ubiquitous, contributing an estimated 8% of global emissions (3750 MTCO2). Simply making things “greener” isn’t enough. The future demands new materials that redefine what’s possible–and sustainable–across industries. Our mission is to drive the next industrial revolution by making metals and other dirty materials obsolete.

Galvorn has several pathways to CO₂-negative

Today Galvorn can be made from hydrocarbons, capturing the carbon and co-producing hydrogen

In the future, Galvorn could be made from captured CO₂

Galvorn displaces dirty incumbent materials

Galvorn reduces weight and increases efficiency

Carbon is permanently embodied in Galvorn

Circular Supply Chain: Galvorn can also be made from . . . Galvorn!


Galvorn outperforms incumbent metals and other dirty materials

Galvorn carbon nanomaterial outperforms GHG-intense alternatives across a multitude of applications–and has the potential to be carbon-negative at scale. With Galvorn’s combination of highly-valued properties–conductive, 10x stronger than steel, half the weight of aluminum, 100x the flex life of copper and carbon fiber, cut-resistant, flame-resistant, biocompatible, and endlessly recyclable–DexMat is proving that the market is hungry for better, cleaner materials.

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