Solidia Technologies

Where CO₂ Means Green and Sustainability Meets Profitability℠ Solidia Technologies® is a sustainable technology company with a patented scientific process that makes it easy and profitable to use CO₂ to create better building, construction and industrial products. Investors in Solidia Technologies include Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Bright Capital, BASF, and BP. Now in the commercialization stage, Solidia sequesters CO₂ by injecting it into concrete during the manufacturing process, transforming CO₂—one of the world’s most problematic pollutants—into a usable element that gives large- and small-scale concrete producers a competitive edge as they pivot to the low-carbon economy. Concrete manufactured with Solidia's sustainable cement is stronger, more durable, more flexible and costs less—using the same raw materials and equipment but less water, energy, and time throughout the entire supply chain. When the reduced CO₂ emissions associated with Solidia Cement™ production are coupled with the ability of Solidia Concrete™ to sequester CO₂ during curing, the carbon footprint of the concrete products can reduced by approximately 70%. By helping modernize the $1 trillion global concrete market and its supply chain sibling, the $300 billion global cement market, Solidia can help speed solutions to global population growth, rapid urbanization, infrastructure decline, water scarcity, and climate change.
Company Growth (employees)
Piscataway Township, US
Size (employees)
55 (est)+4%
Solidia Technologies was founded in 2008 and is headquartered in Piscataway Township, US

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Solidia Technologies has an office in Piscataway Township
Piscataway Township, US (HQ)
11 Colonial Dr

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Total Funding

$27 m

Time since last funding

almost 3 years


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