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Soletair Power Capturing Carbon - The effects of CO2 on Brain

The effects of CO₂ — YouTube Transcript

Soletair Power — Carbon capture technology company in Finland

Our technology captures CO₂ from the air in buildings and enhances global wellbeing. Soletair Power’s technology is behind 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 products efficiently captures CO₂ from the indoor air by turning buildings into carbon sinks. Reduced carbon dioxide indoors increases human cognitive functions.

Soletair Power Oy, the direct air capture company from Finland, has already been featured in CNBC’s Sustainable Energy Show, BBC, ARS Technica, termed as the Carbon ghostbusters by Sifted, mentioned in Helsingin Sanomat, YLE and got funded multiple times by Wärtsilä for representing an important step towards a carbon-neutral future.


The problem with CO₂ is – you can’t see it, you cannot smell it, you’re not even aware that it’s there. At a certain level of CO₂ indoors, the way we process information, the way our cognitive faculties work, reduces our cognitive performance, because we lower the CO₂ to the air supplied in the ventilation we can create an atmosphere conducive to learning, conducive to production, because of the lean CO₂ level.

Imagine that there is a boxing heavyweight championship fight. In round 10 the people have been shouting there for one hour, and the boxers have been fighting also. And you can imagine how much there is carbon dioxide inside the hall. If we can drop the CO₂ level to 350 ppm, how fresh will the fighters be and also how much better the audience can enjoy and take part in this show.

We are able to make better lives for anybody in any building and convert that carbon dioxide into fuels, it can really help make the world a better place for everybody, and at the same time, of course, stop the climate change – so a massive opportunity.

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