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Skyven Technologies

Decarbonizing the industrial sector with clean, emissions-free solutions that save customers money by turning industrial plants into their own heat sources.

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Arun Gupta

Founder & CEO at Skyven Technologies

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Employees 6–20
Headquarters Dallas, Texas, United States
Industrial process heat is the last bastion of fossil fuels. Accounting for 20 percent of all fuel burned on Earth it is nearly devoid of clean alternatives. Skyven Technologies is overcoming this by turning industrial plants into their own heat sources. Their Thermal RE-injection™ solution captures high-value, low-temperature heat rejected from process equipment and re-injects it back into the facility to displace fossil fuels. Rather than charging for the tech, Skyven bills for the clean heat it produces at rates lower than the cost of fuel. Customers save money and reduce emissions with zero capital outlay. Once the plant is as efficient as possible, Skyven's Intelligent Mirror Array (IMA™) technology captures heat from the sun, raises its effective temperature, and injects it into the plant to further displace fossil fuels.

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January 11, 2022

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