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Turnkey carbon management for your facility

CarbonQuest captures CO2 before it is emitted from natural gas sources like CHP systems, fuel cells, and boilers, enabling immediate and effective decarbonization


An onsite, turnkey solution to reduce CO2 emissions

To keep the temperature rise below the critical 1.5C threshold, the IPCC recommends 196 gigatons of carbon dioxide be captured and stored. CarbonQuest is accelerating progress toward this goal and a net-zero future with a modular, scalable distributed carbon capture solution. The system uses cutting-edge, non-toxic materials to trap CO2 before it is released into the atmosphere. 

Our technology cost-effectively addresses evolving emissions regulations and helps multiple market segments meet their sustainability requirements.

Decarbonization of onsite combustion and heating systems

Natural gas combustion can generate as much as 50% of total CO2 site emissions. That’s why owners and operators fare turning to CarbonQuest: a solution that immediately offsets carbon emissions generated from large buildings, institutions, campus settings, industrial facilities, and utilities  — without disrupting tenants or placing additional load on the grid.

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The decarbonization problem for buildings

Building CO2 emissions represent 60-90% of total emissions in global cities. Emissions regulations are proliferating on both national and local levels, and thousands of cities worldwide are setting climate goals that push for building decarbonization that require an immediate solution for new and existing buildings.

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The global rise of emission mandates

Many regulatory standards such as New York City’s Local Law 97 and Boston’s BERDO continue to emerge across the country setting emissions caps and penalties. Other cities are likely to follow suit in the coming years, and national regulations are increasing pressure on financial institutions and building owners to act. Yet, heating emissions remain a challenge.

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How carbon capture helps

Our Building Carbon Capture™ technology cost-effectively captures up to 95% of CO2 emissions generated from the boiler during building operations, all without disruptions, re-wiring, or the risks associated with increasing the building’s electrical loads. Through this process, building owners avoid harmful emissions and meet their environmental goals.

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The need for emissions data

CarbonQuest also tracks and measures the net amount of CO2 captured with its cloud-based software, Carbon Management System™. This data is critical for building owners who are required to report their property’s emissions data in a growing number of municipalities.

Building the circular economy with Sustainable CO2™


CarbonQuest doesn’t just help reduce CO2 emissions via carbon capture –  it also fuels the green circular economy.

CarbonQuest’s modular system liquifies the captured CO2 on-site before it is sold to offtakers who utilize the recycled CO2 in environmentally beneficial ways. This can include CO2 mineralization by concrete manufacturers or petroleum displacement with CO2 in jet fuel and chemical processes. CarbonQuest clients benefit from s an attractive revenue stream, while ensuring compliance with emissions guidelines.

Our Impact

Distributed carbon capture at the source

Buildings, facilities, and industrial sites install onsite renewables to limit their dependence on the grid or utilize energy management tools to optimize energy use. CarbonQuest stands out as the only decarbonization technology addressing heat-based emissions with a cost-effective, space-friendly, and non-disruptive solution for CO2 emission reduction and carbon removal.

Our carbon capture solution in action


Our building decarbonization solution

1930 Broadway is a multifamily building located in Manhattan’s Lincoln Square neighborhood. CarbonQuest installed its onsite carbon capture technology in the building in 2021 with a goal of cutting CO2 emissions from natural gas usage by 60-70%.