ReCarbn featured in the EW Magazine

Last week, ReCarbn was featured in an article in the Netherlands’ largest news magazine, EW. The article highlights our journey and the innovative Direct Air Capture (DAC) technology we are developing to fight climate change.

EFRO Oost 2021-2027 Co-Funding Announcement

Together with Carbotreat and the University of Twente, ReCarbn has received funding from EFRO Oost 2021-2027 to further develop and test our Direct Air Capture technology in an experimental setup for the EcoCapture project. Among two other approved projects, we have developed a unique technique of capturing CO₂ directly from the atmosphere.

ReCarbn featured in Het Financieele Dagblad

This week, our CEO, Guus Dubbink, was featured in an article in the Netherlands’ leading financial newspaper, Het Financieele Dagblad. The article revolved mainly around Direct Air Capture (DAC) and how ReCarbn is combating climate change by extracting CO₂ from the atmosphere.

The main takeaways of the article include…

Podcast with Founder Radio

Last week Sophia Hummelman, Co-Founder of ReCarbn, talked about ways to reverse climate change by Direct Air Capture of CO₂ and how to start a business with Hugo Suidgeest from FOUNDER RADIO.

Highlights of the podcast include…

Generation 1 is being relocated to Wageningen

Our pilot unit (Generation 1) is gearing up for relocation from the University of Twente in Enschede to the Wageningen AlgaePARC for testing.
Since Monday, our team has been fully immersed in action as we dismantle the DAC unit for transportation…

ReCarbn featured in Energeia

In February, together with Carbyon, ReCarbn was featured in Energeia, the independent trade publication for the Dutch energy sector, highlighting our partnerships with Deep Sky to build demo installations in Canada.

Sharing Insights in Exclusive MT/Sprout Interview

In an exclusive interview with @MT/Sprout, our founder and CPO @Ewout Ruijs discusses our technology, plans for scaling up and ReCarbn’s journey from academia to startup. MT/Sprout is a Dutch platform for entrepreneurs behind rapidly growing startups, providing insights, cases, and activities to support next-generation business leadership.