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Turning Buildings Into Carbon Sinks.

To fight climate change, we develop breakthrough sustainability technologies to drive down CO₂ in buildings, boosting employee productivity and accelerating a global path to 100% renewable energy.

Learn how our Direct Air Capture unit works.
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Unleashing brain potential by minimizing CO₂ indoors.

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We offer three categories of products for capturing CO₂

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Indoor CO₂ capture unit

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Building HVAC integration unit

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Outdoor CO₂ capture unit

Turning Buildings into Carbon Sinks

Under high CO₂ concentration indoors, our complex decision-making functions reduce significantly. In 2016, Harvard University found that human cognitive function declines by ~15% when indoor CO₂ reaches 945 ppm. We capture carbon dioxide from building ventilation and increase peoples’ productivity.

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Direct air capture is a technological method that uses chemical reactions to capture carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. When air moves over these chemicals, they selectively react with and remove CO₂, allowing the other components of air to pass through.

Protecting existing forests and planting new trees are surely good things to do. But planting a trillion extra trees will remove only a quarter of the CO₂ currently in the air. The problem is that our society is releasing CO₂, that are warming the Earth’s climate to levels we have never experienced before. Trees will definitely help us slow climate change, but they won’t reverse it on their own.

Soletair Power’s technology is the first in the world to combine DAC with building integration. It absorbs CO₂ from ventilation units inside buildings and captures it to improve air quality. Rather than just reducing carbon emissions, they focus on the fact that DAC can improve humans’ cognitive function.

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