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Mission Zero Technologies

Scaling a low-energy, heat-free technology for Direct Air Capture of CO2

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Nicholas Chadwick

CEO at Mission Zero Technologies

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Employees 6–20
Headquarters London, England, United Kingdom
Mission Zero is a developer of mass decarbonization products. Our Direct Air Capture (DAC) technology drastically reduces the energy cost of atmospheric carbon capture and regeneration, using an electrochemical regeneration process to efficiently separate CO2 from a solvent. Mission Zero captures carbon the same way biology does. The company’s goal is to commoditize atmospheric carbon and to smoothen demand in downstream industries that sequester and utilize CO2, as well as to provide a cost-effective method for direct air capture. Mission Zero is building a pilot plant commissioned by the British government and is expected to be operational by Q3 2023.

Notable Achievements

  • Raised £3.6M from Breakthrough Energy Ventures and Anglo American
  • UK Government funded (£3M) Pilot Plant
  • Recognised with $1M award as one of top 15 CDR technologies in the world by the Elon Musk funded CDR X-Prize.

Currently Operating in Two Regions

Press Mentions

September 25, 2023

Deep Sky & Mission Zero Partner to Turn Canada into A Carbon Removal Hub

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March 20, 2024

British direct air capture company receives 25 million euros

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March 18, 2024

Mission Zero raises £21.8M Series A to scale versatile direct air capture technology worldwide

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December 13, 2023

This shipping container uses water and solar power to capture CO2 from the air

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November 18, 2023

UK consortium awarded £1.38m for sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) project

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