Transform’s technology uses microwave-generated plasma to energize the methane in natural gas to form acetylene and hydrogen, valuable components for chemical manufacturing and energy production. As no combustion is involved, the process avoids the production of carbon dioxide, a major greenhouse gas. The company’s modular process systems are readily scalable for large plants or small industrial applications and can integrate with existing systems and architecture to minimize adoption costs.
In addition to acetylene, Transform’s technology also produces hydrogen in an energy-efficient way. Hydrogen is a clean energy source that does not produce greenhouse gases and has promising applications in the transportation and electricity generation industries. With modular systems, Transform enables a distributed model for delivering hydrogen by producing the product on-site and on-demand.
Source: Company estimates. For illustrative purposes only.
Amberjack Capital is a specialized private equity firm that invests in and partners with entrepreneurs and business owners to build market leaders serving the industrial, infrastructure, and environmental end markets. Headquartered in Houston, the firm has raised $1.9 billion of committed capital since its inception in 2006 and has invested in over 50 companies.