Heimdal builds machines that permanently capture and store atmospheric CO2 and stabilize the oceans. Every year, 40 billion tonnes of CO2 is released. We use electricity to extract the acid part of seawater, which has been increasing due to increasing concentrations of CO2 in the atmosphere. Extracting the carbon-genic acid allows for more CO2 to be removed from the atmosphere and restore stability to the oceans. We're building a solution that’s scalable and the lowest cost of carbon captured directly from the atmosphere, today.
Co-founder of Heimdal. I have a background in Chemistry from the University of Oslo and University of Cambridge, and a master's degree in energy system engineering from the University of Oxford. Before founding Heimdal I was a management consultant with QVARTZ (now Bain & Co) and developed various climate related projects including a reforestation project in Australia and a solar farm on the Isle of Man.
🇮🇲 Before Heimdal I started various other projects such as carbon farming in Australia and developing a solar farm on the Isle of Man. I also worked on other academic projects such as developing the software and hardware for a glove to translate English to Tactile Fingerspelling to enable deafblind individuals to understand non-fingerspellers. BEng Mechanical Engineering MSc Energy Systems University of Oxford