cpmx-logo-png.png
cpmx-logo-png.png

FROM POLLUTION TO ENERGY

Foto_Shutterstock.jpeg

Greenhouse Emissions

THE MAIN PROBLEM

There are industries that are difficult to de-electrify, and therefore to decarbonize. The industrial and energy sectors contribute to 33.5% of global emissions. Now, we are faced with the challenge of modifying the traditional production chain towards a new model that involves the reduction of polluting emissions towards a more sustainable circular economy.

OUR TECHNOLOGY

In this 4th Industrial Revolution, waste processing will be the next gold mines.

Carbon Power Mexico has developed a system that captures and transforms pollutant emissions of a variety of industries into fuels, consumer goods, and other materials.

"If humanity has changed the climate by mistake, can we change it with intent."

Anonymous

OUR SOLUTION

We seek to improve environmental conditions and air quality by developing and scaling up carbon capture and utilization technology in order to curb global warming.
We use emissions of polluting gases with a high concentration of carbon dioxide (CO2) to convert them into ethanol and ethylene, substances that are used to generate electricity as fuel, and plastics precursors.

MEET THE TEAM

EDUARDO GONZLAEZ

Chief Technology Officer - Co-Founder

BSc Chemistry from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM)

Short-term research stay in University of Toronto 

  • Experience on scientific research in the electrochemistry, and collaboration with international projects
     

  • Participation on scientific research projects at Institute of Applied Sciences and Technology (ICAT) and the Institute of Chemistry of UNAM, in the areas of organic electrosynthesis and electrocatalysis for the conversion of CO2
     

  • Training stay on electrochemical devices at the University of Toronto under the Global Skills Strategy Program
     

  • Attendance at Bootcamps of the Sustainable Innovation Award (by Walmart) 2019

Eduardo G.jpeg

DANIEL CANO

Chief Executive Officer - Founder

BSc in Chemical Engineering from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) 
Transformative Leadership Bootcamp 2018 - Massachusetts Institute of Technology 

  • With professional experience in sales, business development with a background in intellectual property, adhesives, surface treatment, electrochemistry, ceramic, and startup foundation
     

  • Co-owner of C. Orozco, a Mexican Handicraft company based on Mexico State 
     

  • AventonCU Founder (exit 2015) a lifting program established to connect students to get to their campus and this homes (vice versa)
     

  • President (2013-2014) and founding member of Club Rotaract Ciudad Universitaria of Rotary International
     

  • President of the Student Chapter of the International Association for Hydrogen Energy of UNAM
     

  • He's worked for international companies such as Henkel, Grupo Pochteca, Iberchem, Clarke Modet & Co.

WhatsApp Image 2019-08-06 at 12.52.50 PM

FINALIST OF 30 SEGUNDOS POR MÉXICO    New Ventures / MIT / AT&T

Challenge Sponsored by AT&T, New Ventures and The Dalai Lama Center for Ethics and Transformative Values of the Media Lab in Massachusetts Institute of Technology

2018

 X CHALLENGE - 4th place

X Challenge is an exploration of possibilities and continues search of solutions of global problems which affect sustainability. 

2018

Contact us

If you are an interested commercial partner and want to know more about our technology and business units, we'd love to hear about you!

  • Blanca Facebook Icono
  • instagram

PhD PEDRO ROQUERO

Research Associate

BSc in Chemical Engineering from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) 

PhD on Process Engineering from the National Polytechnic Institute of Toulouse

Press & Partners