Our Technology

A regenerative system, inspired by nature.

Today, all the world's trees can absorb only 20% of the carbon dioxide humans pump into the air every year. That's where we come in.

We reimagine carbon dioxide as an untapped resource ready to replace fossil carbon.

Everything Dimensional needs to make carbon neutral fuels and other product precursors can be sourced directly from the air. With carbon dioxide and water as our only ingredients, we can replace everything that is currently made via oil and natural gas extraction.

Our reactor and catalysts are the heart of our platform.

Powered by renewable energy and built with advanced materials, our reactor is the proprietary technology at the center of our carbon-utilization platform.

Carbon dioxide and hydrogen

All our products come from two molecules: carbon dioxide sourced from the atmosphere and industrial sites, and hydrogen derived from water.

Catalysts

Inside the reactor, our catalyst breaks carbon dioxide’s notoriously stable molecular bonds to form carbon monoxide.

Syngas

The carbon monoxide then mixes with hydrogen to make synthesis gas or syngas, a building block for fuel and products, and a replacement for crude oil and natural gas.

For every 10 tons of carbon dioxide we process, we make 15 barrels of valuable products.

Our carbon utilization platform allows companies to use emissions to remove and replace the fossil carbon in their supply chain.

Essential technologies partnering for a new paradigm

Dimensional Energy’s carbon utilization platform is the first in history to fully integrate with the partner technologies required to support true carbon neutral fuel production.

The Dimensional reactor is a bridge between abundant renewable energy, carbon capture, Green hydrogen generation, and the synthetic production of hydrocarbons. 

Our cost-effective combination of this suite of technologies allows us to integrate seamlessly into the supply chains of fuel and chemical production.

Renewable Energy

How we power our platform

Our platform can run on any source of renewable energy—wind, solar, heat or hydroelectric. All that’s needed to meet and beat the price of fossil carbon is sourcing this power at less than four cents per kilowatt hour.

Carbon Capture

How we get our carbon dioxide

Carbon capture technologies allow for the removal of carbon dioxide from sources: industrial sites, power plants and directly from the air. We can utilize the heat of the Dimensional reactor to increase the efficiency of carbon capture and reduce the overall energy consumption of our platform.

Electrolysis

How we get our hydrogen

Electrolysis uses electricity to convert water into hydrogen and oxygen gas. When powered by renewable energy, it is a carbon-free process. We use water produced as a co-product of both the Dimensional reactor and certain carbon capture technologies, and from other sustainable sources. 

Dimensional Reactor

How we combine carbon dioxide and hydrogen to make Syngas

Dimensional Energy’s novel approach to Syngas production provides the missing link in the supply chain of carbon-neutral fuel production. Filled with proprietary catalysts, the Dimensional reactor converts carbon dioxide and hydrogen into Syngas with industry-leading efficiency. 

Fischer Tropsch

How we transform Syngas into hydrocarbons (fuels and other products)

The Fischer Tropsch process transforms Syngas into hydrocarbons by pushing Syngas through catalyst-filled tubes under high pressure. As the hydrocarbons’ molecular chains elongate, they change from gas to liquid to wax, all of which can be isolated for further processing into fuels and other chemical products.

Renewable Energy

How we power our platform

Our platform can run on any source of renewable energy—wind, solar, heat or hydroelectric. All that’s needed to meet and beat the price of fossil carbon is sourcing this power at less than four cents per kilowatt hour.

Carbon Capture

How we get our carbon dioxide

Carbon capture technologies allow for the removal of carbon dioxide from sources: industrial sites, power plants and directly from the air. We can utilize the heat of the Dimensional reactor to increase the efficiency of carbon capture and reduce the overall energy consumption of our platform.

Electrolysis

How we get our hydrogen

Electrolysis uses electricity to convert water into hydrogen and oxygen gas. When powered by renewable energy, it is a carbon-free process. We use water produced as a co-product of both the Dimensional reactor and certain carbon capture technologies, and from other sustainable sources.

Dimensional Reactor

How we combine carbon dioxide and hydrogen to make Syngas

Dimensional Energy’s novel approach to Syngas production provides the missing link in the supply chain of carbon-neutral fuel production. Filled with proprietary catalysts, the Dimensional reactor converts carbon dioxide and hydrogen into Syngas with industry-leading efficiency.

Fischer Tropsch

How we transform Syngas into hydrocarbons (fuels and other products)

The Fischer Tropsch process transforms Syngas into hydrocarbons by pushing Syngas through catalyst-filled tubes under high pressure. As the hydrocarbons’ molecular chains elongate, they change from gas to liquid to wax, all of which can be isolated for further processing into fuels and other chemical products.

Our fuels are drop in replacements for fossil fuels.

Learn more about the positive change we can make in the world.

We want to partner with you.

Dimensional is looking for value-aligned individuals and organizations eager to bring change to fossil carbon supply chains.

We're happy to discuss how our fuels and product precursors can fit into any industrial process, whether by providing sustainable feedstocks or capturing carbon dioxide from existing manufacturing facilities and transforming it into fuel.

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