Because we want to make carbon nanotubes (CNTs)… and loads of it. The many things we can make with this materials are only limited by our imagination. Just check out “potential applications of CNTs” on Wikipedia and see for yourself. As you can see, there is an enormous demand for material, so we are working swiftly and strategically in order to jump start the emerging nanotechnology revolution.
Currently, the manufacturing of CNTs comes at high financial and environmental cost. But it doesn’t have to be that way. With some down-to-earth common sense mixed with high technology thinking, the Carbon Continuum team figured out how to make CNTs using waste carbon emissions from industrial factories. The advantages of this are three-fold: 1. A solution to reduce carbon emissions 2. A solution to make low-cost CNTs. 3. A carbon negative and potential avenue for carbon offset projects.
So, why not?