Restore Phytoplankton. Reverse Climate Change.

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Grow Phytoplankton!

Climate and Ocean Positive Technology

Our engineers and ocean scientists have developed the Autonomous Upwelling Pump (AUP), a renewable wave energy-powered pump that upwells cold nutrient-rich seawater from below the sunlit zone to the surface to trigger ocean photosynthesis. AUPs are designed to free-drift in the ocean currents, like migrating whales, mixing vertically and horizontally nutrient-rich seawater, fertilizing phytoplankton which absorb vast amounts of CO2, and replenishing our oceans with fish and more!

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What we do

Ocean-based CDR

We beautifully grow phytoplankton in the deep sea, which absorbs CO2 and makes oceans healthy.

Produce, Deploy & Manage AUPs

Our climate and ocean technology are engineered to continuously operate the roughest of ocean weather conditions.

Measure, Report & Verify CDR

AUPs are equipped with scientific instruments that help us report CO2 removed and ocean replenishment.

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