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Making sustainable chemicals and fuels a reality

Radical transformations to power a net-zero future

The ability to rapidly electrify thousands of industrial processes is limited by the materials and systems that power them. Mattiq solves this challenge by enabling the efficient and cost-effective delivery of catalysts, processes, and full-stack products ​​at a pace the climate crisis demands. These solutions unlock the rapid deployment of cleaner and more efficient chemical and fuel production.

Electrocatalysts critical to decarbonizing chemicals and fuels have long, expensive development cycles due to serial experimentation techniques. For integrated chemical companies and catalyst developers, Mattiq delivers fit-for-purpose electrocatalytic materials that can be deployed within existing systems and infrastructure.

Many electrochemical processes are new and poorly understood, while commercialization is plagued by long development cycles and uncertainty surrounding system development and performance. For chemical companies seeking to cut costs and carbon emissions by electrifying their operations, Mattiq speeds the development and deployment of novel electrochemical processes.

Constrained by the need for economies of scale, conventional thermal chemical processes operate at large, centralized facilities. For companies that would benefit from onsite chemical conversions, Mattiq delivers field-ready electrochemical reactors that enable modular and distributed operation.

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The electrification of chemicals and fuels

Critical sustainability markets are forecasted to reach global highs in the next decade. New materials are driving the solutions that meet this rising demand and ensure economically viable growth.

$1T +
The way we make the building blocks of the world is changing, which presents a major economic opportunity.
25 %
Electrification is going mainstream, and the capacity to deliver industrial solutions is rapidly growing.
5B TN.
By running industrial processes on renewable feedstocks and electricity, we can eliminate 10% of CO2 emissions.

Solutions to decarbonize everyday products

Mattiq pairs materials science with AI to deliver new solutions powering the circular economy.

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Green hydrogen

Achieving scale in the climate economy requires reduced dependence on precious metals. Green hydrogen production through PEM water electrolysis requires iridium, a rare and expensive metal that comes mainly from South Africa. Funded by ARPA-E, we are developing PEM electrocatalysts with reduced iridium content for commercialization, which will alleviate price and supply chain risks and enable green hydrogen production at scale.
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Fuel cells

Fuel cells convert molecules (such as hydrogen, methanol, or ammonia) into electricity without the need for combustion. We are working to improve the efficiency and durability of these systems, driving fuel cells toward broad commercial viability.
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CO2 utilization

Hydrocarbon commodities—methanol, ethanol, ethylene—that form the backbone of the world around us are produced using fossil fuel feedstocks and high temperature chemical processes. Our technology provides a path to the selective and efficient production of commodity products using waste CO2, water, and renewable electricity, while opening a path to other carbon-neutral e-fuels.
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Biomass utilization

A source of renewable carbon, biomass represents an important route to sustainable chemicals and fuels. With the right catalysts and systems, electrochemistry enables efficient and selective transformations from biomass waste to high-value products, including low-cost sustainable aviation fuel.
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Hydrogen peroxide

Hydrogen peroxide produced through the traditional centralized anthraquinone process is constrained by an inefficient supply chain, requiring shipments containing >90% water. Electrochemical peroxide synthesis enables modularity and flexibility for production at the point of use, substantially reducing shipping costs.

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Mattiq develops water electrolyzer catalysts with reduced iridium content

ARPA-E project solves a key bottleneck to enable green hydrogen production at scale.
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