Solid Carbon Products aligns the interests of businesses, regulators, and the environment by licensing the patented technology to profitably convert waste CO₂ into commercially valuable carbon with only pure water as a byproduct.
Solid Carbon Products offers refiners, manufacturers, and energy producers the technology to convert waste CO₂ into Carbon Nanotubes (CNTs), Carbon Nanofiber, and Carbon Black. These are valuable ingredients to ultra-strong and lightweight materials for building and manufacturing. This process is clean. In addition to reducing CO₂ emissions by converting it to solid carbon, it leaves behind just water.
By licensing our technology for use in your own plants you: 1) stay ahead of unpredictable carbon emission limits; 2) reduce your exposure to potential litigation; 3) foster goodwill in the communities where you operate; and 4) do so while increasing the profitability of your business.
Solid Carbon Products offers governments trying to reduce CO₂ emissions something much more effective than regulation, it is a market-based solution. Our technology allows businesses to convert their waste CO₂ directly into valuable carbon products, with only water as the byproduct. These carbon products are the key ingredient to tomorrow’s high-tech building, manufacturing, and jobs.
By introducing Solid Carbon Products to the CO₂ creating businesses important in your region, you: 1) speed reduction of environmental pollutants; 2) increase the fiscal health of your businesses; and 3) foster the development of tomorrow’s jobs.
Solid Carbon Products’ groundbreaking technology does not reduce CO2 emissions by storing carbon, but instead by enabling businesses to create valuable products with it. These carbon products are the key ingredient to tomorrow’s high-tech building, manufacturing, and jobs. Our technology is a unique means for permanent sequestration, it is ready to employ today, and it leaves nothing behind but water.
By spreading awareness of the technology offered by Solid Carbon Products you can: 1) move industry more rapidly towards CO₂ reductions; 2) incentivize governments of all political leanings to reduce CO₂ through producing valuable commercial products and job creation; and 3) do so without concessions that only postpone problems until tomorrow.
The main reactant in the Noyes Process, our patented chemical process, is CO₂, which is abundantly available as a byproduct from many industrial processes. The second reactant is either hydrogen gas (H₂) or methane (CH₄), which can be selected based upon production volume. Through a multi-step process these reactants, in a heated, pressurized vessel, produce solid carbon and distilled water.
Carbon nanofiber, carbon nanotubes, and carbon black are produced by this process. Each of these carbon morphologies have unique commercial value, and output of each can be controlled by altering process parameters such as system pressure, reaction temperature, production gas composition, and catalyst type. In addition to being produced cleanly, at production volumes these products are created at a much lower cost than by traditional means. Because this is a continuous process, rather than a batch process, it is ideal for industrial scaling.
Solid Carbon Products was founded by an engineer motivated by his son’s deployment to Iraq to find a method to produce high-strength carbon at a price necessary for supplying better armor to soldiers on the battlefield. His research uncovered the foundational ideas that led to the revolutionary process now proven with a fully functioning pilot production reactor and patents both issued and pending from the U.S. and other nations around the world. In 2011 Solid Carbon Products was awarded the Utah Innovation award in the category “Clean Technology and Energy” for our CO₂ Catalytic Converter. The company is poised to change the carbon sequestration paradigm.
Solid Carbon Products has exclusive global rights, including full sub-licensing rights, to a pool of issued patents (foundation chemistry, process and reactor design, combined cycle process) and over thirty pending.
Solid Carbon Products has a pilot production reactor in operation at our facility near Salt Lake City, Utah. Here our team of chemists and engineers are continuing to develop methods and components for producing carbon more cost efficiently. Visits by interested investors, licensing-partners, and the press are welcome.
Solid Carbon Products is managed by seasoned business professionals, with deep experience in engineering and process development. They have successfully managed prior start-ups and emerging growth ventures. Our advisory board includes leading thinkers and movers in business and technology. These people, along with our diligent engineers, technicians, and other staff, have shaped SCP into a force that is literally going to change the world.
Gay Wyn is the controlling owner of SCP. She and her late husband, Dallas B. Noyes, founded SCP in 2009. She worked with Dallas as VP of Professional Services in Cogito, Inc. from 2002 – 2005. After her Honors Bachelor of Science in Chemistry and Geology in 1977, she held multiple professional and management positions relevant to her current position.
Rod came to understand what SCP was doing when he served as a Project and Engineering Manager with Amec Foster Wheeler. He joined Solid Carbon Products in 2012. After his Bachelor of Science (Cum Laude) in Chemical Engineering in 1979, Rod has held positions in Chemical Engineering Management and Plant Management since 1983.
Sonie is a CPA with a Master of Science in Tax Accounting. She joined SCP in 2012. Before her current role, Sonie worked in various accounting positions, starting out as a Staff Tax Accountant with Deloitte in 1988.
Bonnie is an experienced and professional Business Development and Sales Executive. During her career she has worked for Fortune 500 companies who manufacture and sell complex technical products. She joined SCP in 2011 after 30 plus years’ experience in sales and management.
Mr. Stevens has been an investor in SCP since 2011. He is a Harvard MBA and a co-founder and Managing Director of RenewableTech Ventures, the leading energy and clean technology investor in the Rocky Mountain region. Todd has assisted in developing over 300 MW of cogeneration and renewable energy projects and has financed over $400 million in energy projects.
Mr. Greenberg is the co-founder and Manager of Nanos2100, a private equity investment vehicle, which focuses on the use of advanced technologies. He has been a private equity investor in advanced technology and green areas for over 10 years. He received his Masters of Information Sciences from Harvard/MIT. Previously, Mr. Greenberg worked for over 25 years at Accenture, completing his Accenture career as the Managing Partner, responsible for Accenture’s Global Technology Practice in the Chemicals Industry.
Dr. Strong’s technical research interests are in composite and plastic materials and in processing of those materials. Dr. Strong is the founding director of the Advanced Composite Manufacturing and Engineering (ACME) Center, the founding Director of the Manufacturing Leadership Forum and of the Rapid Product Realization Center, all at Brigham Young University. He is currently serving as Chief Technical Officer, Utah Advanced Materials and Manufacturing Initiative (UAMMI).
Mr. Baruch holds a Master of Science in International Relations from The London School of Economics and Political Science. For the last 10 years he has served as CEO of Carbonomics, LLC. Carbonomics develops energy efficiency, renewable energy and microgrid projects for clients around the world. Carbonomics identifies greenhouse-gas (GHG) reduction opportunities, determines how projects can generate carbon credits, and guides companies through the entire process.
Solid Carbon Products is entering licensing negotiations for its IP rights with companies who wish to make their CO₂ profitable. We are also working with trade publications and other media to broaden awareness of these revolutionary capabilities.
Please contact us to obtain more information or to schedule a meeting with our team. Visits to our facility can be arranged by interested parties. We look forward to collaborating in creating cleaner environments, more robust economies, and more profitable businesses.