Clairity Tech secures $6.75M seed funding for growth and innovation.

February 22, 2024
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  • Clairity Technology raised $6.75M in Seed funding led by Lowercarbon Capital and Initialized Capital.
  • The company develops systems for carbon dioxide removal using scalable, direct air capture technology.

In February 2024, Clairity Technology, a Los Angeles-based company, secured $6.75M in Seed funding co-led by Lowercarbon Capital and Initialized Capital. Founded in September 2022 by Glen Meyerowitz, Clairity focuses on developing systems for carbon dioxide removal using advanced technology allowing for efficient capture and sequestration of CO2 from the atmosphere. The company’s direct air capture (DAC) systems, which have lower energy requirements and infrastructure investments than alternative methods, aim to remove gigatons of CO2 and reduce carbon emissions significantly.

One of the key partnerships that Clairity Technology has established is with CarbonBuilt, a company specializing in ultra-low carbon concrete production. Through a demonstration project, Clairity’s technology successfully captured CO2 from the air and integrated it into CarbonBuilt’s low-carbon concrete production process, resulting in a significant reduction in embodied carbon in the final products. This collaboration showcases the potential of innovative technology to combat climate change and promote sustainability in various industries.

The funding raised by Clairity will support the company’s expansion efforts and further development of its carbon dioxide removal systems, paving the way for more widespread adoption of clean technology solutions in the fight against climate change. With a focus on scalable and low-cost solutions, Clairity Technology is positioned to make a significant impact in the field of carbon sequestration and environmental innovation.

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