D-CRBN is a 2 year old CCU spin-off from the University of Antwerp. We have a proprietary modular and scalable plasma technology capable of splitting the CO2 molecule into CO, all in a fully electrified, gaseous phase, without solvents nor catalysts. The CO is then turned into added value chemicals, such as e-fuels, organic acids, polymers, etc, and be used as a feedstocks for the chemical, petrochemical, maritime and metallurgical industries among others.
Our aim at D-CRBN is not only to decarbonize industries by eliminating their point source emissions but also to replace fossil feedstocks with CO2 recycled added value chemicals. This technology can provide strategic and decentralised resource independence to territories and industries which currently depend in oil and natural gas derivatives for their processes.