THE GREEN ALTERNATIVE
FOR CHEMICAL MANUFACTURING

THE GREEN ALTERNATIVE
FOR CHEMICAL MANUFACTURING

THE GREEN ALTERNATIVE <br>FOR CHEMICAL MANUFACTURING
THE GREEN ALTERNATIVE FOR CHEMICAL MANUFACTURING

A game-changer
in green technology

Developing renewable acetylene and hydrogen, key products used across the marketplace.

THE GREEN ALTERNATIVE FOR CHEMICAL MANUFACTURING
THE GREEN ALTERNATIVE FOR CHEMICAL MANUFACTURING

A leader in clean

Achieving an industry first of producing high-value
chemicals without any CO2 emissions.

THE GREEN ALTERNATIVE FOR CHEMICAL MANUFACTURING
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Hydrogen

Powering the Future

Sustainable, cost-competitive hydrogen for the burgeoning fuel cell industry

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Acetylene

Critical Building Block

High-efficiency, high-purity acetylene with wide market applications

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Microwave Plasma

For Greener Chemistry

Specialized use of microwaves prevents greenhouse gases.

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What We Do

Transform Materials has developed a ground-breaking technology that uses microwave-generated plasma to convert natural gas into high-value chemicals, opening up a new pathway for green chemical manufacturing.

  • Harnessing the power of energized plasma, our process converts methane– a simple and plentiful ingredient – into key chemical building blocks: hydrogen and acetylene
  • And our technology replaces traditional chemical manufacturing and distribution with a modern, clean, and energy-efficient alternative. Learn more about our technology
  • Our compact, modular, and multiplexed plasma reactors produce high-purity hydrogen and acetylene that customers can integrate into their existing infrastructure

Our Story

Founded in 2014 by Dr. David Soane, an accomplished serial entrepreneur and a former tenured professor of Chemical Engineering at the University of California (Berkeley), Transform Materials attributes its success to a synergy between chemical and physics expertise. Dr. Soane recruited a core scientific team of scientists and engineers with backgrounds in one or both of these disciplines, and then guided them in solving an enduring problem in physical chemistry: how to transform methane into other useful substances without combustion.

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See Our Technology in Action

Our new facility in Florida (USA) houses the commercial-scale demonstration systems that showcase our revolutionary technology.

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