Start-up attracts funding from Breakthrough Energy Ventures, Lowercarbon Capital and Gigascale Capital Dioxycle, a French-American start-up that transforms CO2 emissions into high-value, sustainable chemicals, has announced today the successful closure of its Series A funding round of 17 million dollars. The raise was co-led by renowned climate tech investors Lowercarbon Capital and Breakthrough Energy Ventures … Dioxycle raises $17m to turn CO₂ emissions into sustainable chemicals
Dioxycle is featured in an article by Le Point, titled “Écologie: ces innovateurs français trouvent des solutions”, which covers some of the newest climate technologies developed by French companies. Thanks to the journalists Guerric Poncet and Mathilde Gardin for their articulate piece, which highlights our pioneering work in electrolysis, a novel CO2 transformation route. To read the article: https://lnkd.in/ev2jubaU
We are excited to share that our CEO and founder Sarah Lamaison was featured on the latest episode of the podcast “Climate en Action” from BPI France, discussing with Isabelle Albertalli about Dioxycle’s groundbreaking work in transforming CO₂ waste into valuable products. For French listeners, please use this link to listen to this great conversation.
Dioxycle has been selected in the Carbon to Value Initiative (C2V) 3rd cohort out of 161 applications. We will join the ranks of inspiring companies from previous cohorts such as Air Company. This is a significant milestone for us as we expand our presence in the thriving US CCUS ecosystem. We are looking forward to working … Dioxycle selected in the Carbon to Value Initiative (C2V) 3rd cohort
Our CEO Sarah Lamaison was invited to join a roundtable focused on decarbonization at the 2023 VivaTech conference, speaking alongside Julie Gosalvez from Climeworks, Cycril Garcia from Capgemini and Dimitri Carbonelle from Livosphere. From carbon capture and utilization (CCU) to direct air capture (DAC), they explored various solutions needed to reduce the current 59 gigatons … Dioxycle discusses the role of CCU alongside industry leaders at VivaTech
Dioxycle has featured in Le Monde’s article about the future of aviation, highlighting the needs for further investments in research and development to scale the production of new CO₂-based fuels. We are proud for the comparison with Steve Jobs building the first Mac prototype in his garage. We will work our a** off to build “insanely … Dioxycle featured in Le Monde’s article about the future of aviation
We are honored to join CO₂ Value Europe and become part of a community of actors looking to scale-up technologies that can support hard-to-abate industries to drastically reduce their emissions. At Dioxycle, we believe that beyond scientific breakthroughs, the biggest disruption we need to fight climate change is on how we collaborate, as we need ultra-fast adoption of … Dioxycle joins CO₂ Value Europe, the leading European community of CCU actors
Our CEO and founder Sarah Lamaison has been included in 2023 30 under 30 list, in the Manufacturing and Industry category. We are very excited of the nomination in that particular category as we indeed believe that Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage is the next nascent Industry that needs to be accelerated at a speed … Our CEO and co-founder Sarah Lamaison included in 2023 30 under 30 list
Dioxycle has been selected as a member of the new intake of the Club Tech Factory launched by France Industrie. This will be an excellent opportunity for Dioxycle to exchange with fellow industrial start-ups and to meet major French industrial actors. We are looking forward to collaborating with other members of this intake: Airthium, Authentic Material, BLACKLEAF … Dioxycle part of the new intake of the Club Tech Factory launched by France Industrie
Dioxycle is exceptionally proud to announce that it has won first place in the Repsol-Galp Innovation Challenge co-organized by Hello Tomorrow.
The challenge, aimed to identify disruptive technologies to accelerate the decarbonization of the industry. It received 72 applications from 21 countries and ended up with 6 finalists and 1 winner.
Dioxycle was chosen among a group of very talented finalists including LanzaTech, Air Company, Agora Energy Technologies, Electrochaea and Dimensional Energy.
We would like to thank Repsol, Galp, and Hello Tomorrow for organizing such a successful event and for empowering startups.