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Indoor CO₂ capture unit

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Our story

Soletair Power’s technology is the pioneer to the world’s first economically profitable P2X fuel production, produced from CO₂ captured directly from the air. Our compact, sleek and modular-designed air-capture system efficiently captures CO₂ from the indoor air and increases human cognitive functions. At the office, home or school — we spend 90% of our time indoors. While breathing in a confined space, the inhaled air turns into carbon dioxide. This accumulated high concentration of CO₂ has been proven to make people feel dizzy, tired, and sleepy. The reduced cognitive function means lower learning results and reduced work productivity. Soletair Power’s technology captures the indoor CO₂ from the ventilation system in the building. The captured CO₂ can be turned into synthetic renewable Power-2-X fuels or can be stored or supplied for other industrial purposes. With our carbon-capture system installed, employees will enjoy increased analytical & decision-making ability, productivity, and performance; at the same time, the building can contribute to reducing the global CO₂ emissions if the captured carbon is fully stored or converted using renewable energy.

About us

Soletair Power is a startup founded in 2016, located in Lappeenranta, Finland, operating in the fields of Direct Air Capture and Power-to-X. Soletair Power’s technology is the first in the world to integrate DAC with HVAC in buildings. It captures CO2 from ventilation units inside buildings to improve air quality. In addition to reducing carbon emissions, the integration of DAC indoors can improve humans’ cognitive function, proven by a study by Harvard. In 2020, Wärtsilä, together with Soletair Power and Q Power, created their first demonstration unit of Power-to-X for Dubai Expo 2020, which can produce synthetic methane from captured CO₂ from buildings.

In 100 words

Soletair Power contributes to global negative emissions by using Direct Air Capture to harvest pure CO₂. It is currently the only company in the world capturing carbon from building ventilation, which achieves up to a 50% reduction in CO₂ emissions, supports employee wellbeing, and increases productivity by up to 20%. Soletair Power’s modular solution operates with a plug-and-play approach, enabling any company to install and use Direct Air Capture. The carbon the company captures can be reused as a non-fossil-based resource in a wide array of applications, effectively reversing the impact of CO₂.

Are there any case studies that you can provide?

We have provided a demonstration unit for Wärtsilä at the Dubai Expo 2020, which has been deployed at the event’s Finnish Pavilion. This single unit, which is approximately five meters long, two meters high, and one meter wide, has Power-to-X incorporated into it.

At one end of the unit sits the CO2 capturing device, while the synthesis is installed at the other end. The controls and electrolyzer are in the middle.

To illustrate how we can use this unit on a large scale, we’ll power an espresso machine with the synthetic natural gas produced by our DAC unit. While the Dubai unit has a 1kW flame, the units we can install in buildings are 30 times bigger.

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We are also working with Germany’s Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Center ZBT, providing the facility with a CO2 capture unit that produces up to 21 kg/day of >98% pure CO₂, compressed to above 10 bar.

Our story in 1000 characters

It was back in 2016. Our founder, Mr. Ari Piispanen saw in a local newspaper that local university professors went to Germany to see how CO₂ was captured from flue gases in a factory. Ari called the professors, “Hey, why are you capturing CO₂ from flue gases when you could do it directly from the air?” The professor replied, “Well, there’s not really a competitively priced equipment for that,” and Mr. Piispanen said, “What if I could deliver it to you!” and that’s what he did. In 2017, we had two pilots. Then with co-founder Dr. Pasi Vainikka, he found out that, the capture cost is hundreds of euros/ton, when the sales price is tens of euros/ton, not kind of profitable. Mr. Piispanen had another company making indoor air purifiers. He combined these two ideas – capturing CO₂ from building ventilation, and increasing peoples’ performance in buildings as CO₂ is proven to lower our cognitive function. We planned to sell this as a service at $1-2/day/person and that was the starting point.

What role could Soletair Power play in the drive towards net-zero?

Around 40% of global CO₂ emissions come from buildings. By transforming buildings into carbon sinks, net-zero targets can become achievable. Only the combination of DAC technologies and renewable energy sources will enable businesses to become carbon neutral or negative. In addition, transforming CO₂ into a resource decreases the need for other carbon-intensive or non-renewable raw materials such as pesticides and fossil fuels.



  • Turning buildings into carbon sinks.
  • Capturing carbon, improving well-being.
  • Fuel from thin air.
  • World’s first business model that can really lower down CO₂ capture cost.
  • Carbon Ghostbusters

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Hex Color Codes for the Logo of Soletair Power is
Deep Pale Blue #041E42 and
Pale Mint Green #50A684
PMS Color Codes for the Logo of Soletair Power is
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Exciting Deep Blue #001937
Bright Mint Green #00D4A2

Legal address

Soletair Power Oy
Laserkatu 6,
53850 Lappeenranta,

Visiting address

Visiting address of Soletair Power is: Soletair Power, Tuotantokatu 2 53850, Lappeenranta, Finland.
Phone number of Soletair Power is: +358405445646
Website address of Soletair Power is: www.soletairpower.fi

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