Lux recently spoke with DiviGas founder and CEO Andre Lorenceau, who mentioned that the company is at pre-commercial-stage testing of its hollow-fiber polymer membranes for gas separations. The startup is targeting two markets: hydrogen recycling from waste gas streams and post-combustion CO2 capture, both of which are multibillion-dollar addressable markets. DiviGas is currently producing small, pre-pilot-scale membrane modules but is closing a $3 million round to scale up to a 1-meter-long module for its first three pilots in 2021.
Andre said that the company has had several successful tests with customers across refining, power, natural gas, and chemical plants. One such project is with a client supplying a nylon 6 plant to a chemicals and materials customer.
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