Research & Manufacturing

Research & Manufacturing

Coal is too valuable to burn

We are collaborating with top research institutions, universities, and manufacturing partners to develop new uses for the carbon in coal, harnessing it as a feedstock for advanced products and materials.

At our iCAM center, we provide custom manufacturing services focused on coal to products, including advanced materials technologies such as graphene, carbon nano-tubes, carbon foam, and carbon dioxide capture systems.

Our Mission

The future of the coal industry is as a supplier of non-combustion carbon feedstock for advanced carbon products and materials. By using coal for products instead of burning it, we will create a vastly higher economic value for the resource, and importantly a lower environmental footprint.  This will improve our national and local economies, our communities, and the planet.

 

Our Mission

We are dedicated to bringing the coal industry into the future, as a provider of non-combustion carbon feedstock for advanced carbon products and materials. By using coal for products instead of energy, we will create a vastly higher economic value for it, and importantly a lower environmental footprint.  This will improve our national and local economy, our communities, and the planet.

Facilities & Partnerships

The carbon in coal has the potential to displace petroleum in the manufacture of many products — such as graphene, graphite, and many building and infrastructure products — making them cheaper, stronger, and lighter. In response, we’ve created the first vertically integrated carbon research, manufacturing, and supply facility in Wyoming named iCAM — with a satellite facility in West Virginia — and partner with national laboratories, universities, and manufacturers to develop new uses for one of America’s most abundant natural resources.

Facilities & Partnerships

The carbon in coal has the potential to displace petroleum in the manufacture of many products — such as graphene, graphite, and many building and infrastructure products — making them cheaper, stronger, and lighter. In response, we’ve created the first vertically integrated carbon research, manufacturing, and supply facility in Wyoming named iCAM, and partner with national laboratories, universities, and manufacturers to develop new uses for one of America’s most abundant natural resources. 

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