Investment Opportunity

As the world moves steadily towards a net zero future, the demand for sustainable, effective carbon dioxide removal (CDR) solutions is set to increase significantly. This represents both a major challenge and a tremendous opportunity.


Who is Carbon Lock Tech?

Carbon Lock Tech is a Canadian-based carbon dioxide removal (CDR) start-up with patented pyrolytic technology for converting biomass into biocarbon for long-term sequestration purposes. It has identified three key revenue streams and has plans to scale the company through operating partnerships, technology sales and licensing agreements.


Why Carbon Dioxide Removal?

Climate change is a serious risk that has the potential to disrupt not only our climate but social, political and economic systems as well.

While most efforts to date have focused on reducing carbon dioxide emissions, it’s becoming increasingly clear that this won’t be enough. We are also going to need to focus on a new approach: carbon dioxide removal.

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What is Net-Zero?

Net-zero is the point at which global carbon dioxide emissions are “zeroed” by carbon dioxide removals. From the atmosphere’s perspective, this is equivalent to eliminating all carbon emissions (i.e. the same amount that enters the atmosphere each year is removed each year).

As seen in the graph below, carbon dioxide removal solutions – sometimes called negative emissions technologies – have an important role to play in achieving net zero. Indeed, the can be no “net zero” without carbon dioxide removal. 

Solutions that provide negative emissions are currently in high demand. Carbon Lock Tech has just such a solution.

Source: World Economic Forum’s Carbon Dioxide Removal: Best-Practice Guidelines


What are Carbon Removal Credits?

Source: Bloomberg

New types of carbon credits – called a carbon dioxide removal (CDR) credits – are currently in high demand. CDR credits can be generated whenever carbon is removed from the atmosphere and sequestered for the long term in soils, rocks, infrastructure and elsewhere. Companies like Microsoft, Google, Airbus and Shopify are actively buying CDR credits, either directly or through brokers, and a CDR credit futures markets is beginning to develop.

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Why Biochar?

Carbon Lock Tech has selected biocarbon (or “biochar”) production as its carbon removal approach. Biochar production involves the conversion of biomass or organic matter into stable biocarbon, which can then be sequestered in a range of applications, from agricultural soils and construction materials to sustainable landfills and manufactured goods.

Biochar production is currently the leading method for removing carbon from the atmosphere and generating CDR credits. Recent studies indicate that biochar exhibits very high permanence, an important consideration when developing a CDR credit strategy.

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Why Invest in Carbon Lock Tech?

Carbon Lock Tech is currently engaging investors interested in the new and rapidly developing carbon removal sector.

The company has identified three key revenue streams:

  • The acceptance and processing of biomass or organic waste
  • The production and sale of specialized biocarbon and bio-oils
  • The generation and sale of carbon dioxide removal (CDR) certificates

The company is researching several commercialization strategies:

  • Owner-operator model, public-private partnerships models, joint venture models, technology licensing models, technology manufacturing and sales/lease models

The company is positioning itself to be a strong player in the CDR space:


What’s Next?

If you are interested in learning more about Carbon Lock Tech and our current raise, please reach out here.