In order to avoid the worst effects of climate change, the world needs to remove billions of tonnes of CO2 from the atmosphere annually by 2050.

2050 IPCC carbon capture goal: 10 billion tonnes per year*

BluSky can crush the costs for CO2 Removal

All of BluSky's biomass feedstocks are waste, meaning there's minimal cost for inputs into our manufacturing process.

While most carbon removal technologies use massive amounts of energy, BluSky anticipates producing enough surplus energy to power its operations.

BluSky's technology is a series of simple technologies utilized in a unique way, making manufacturing less complex.

Utilizing proprietary processes, the Kronos direct air capture system can potentially capture CO2 for less energy than current technologies*

* Based on internal research & projections utilizing publicly available data.

Carbon Dioxide Removal – A Better Idea

Previous Solutions

Direct Air Capture that works like a CO2 vacuum, is currently too energy intensive and expensive

Geological Sequestration, pumping CO2 underground, needs expensive infrastructure

BluSky Solutions

BluSky makes renewable, consistent energy rather than consuming energy

BluSky's solution converts CO2 to rock, eliminating disposal infrastructure

Operations: Connecticut

The construction of BluSky’s facility in Old Saybrook, Connecticut is now complete. Phase-1 Vulcan II system is now operational (January 29, 2024)

Vulcan II is currently operational. Vulcan Heavy will be operational by  June 2024.

BluSky’s pilot facility captures CO2 in two main ways: conversion of organic waste into biochar and conversion of industrial wastes into carbonate rocks through a process called pyrolysis. This generates revenue both from the sale of char and the sale of carbon credits off the char, which BluSky anticipates selling through a carbon credit certification brokerage.

BluSky continues to develop its proprietary technology.

To process material at a larger scale an interconnected system of three machines and mechanisms called the Vulcan (specifically the Vulcan Heavy), the Medusa, and the Kronos, replace lost carbon, improve crop yields, boost water retention and sequester CO2 at the same time.


CEO & Co-founder

Previously developed and sold a software and mobile applications business. He combined the resulting capital and business skillset with his engineering background to co-found BluSky. He is a board member of the United States Biochar Coalition.

Marketing Manager

Grown multiple brands from small to large sized enterprises

Business Development

Scaled a sales team from nothing to nearly $30 million in revenue

Operations Manager

Managed operations for a $20 million construction company

* Based on publicly available data.