We are developing the sustainable infrastructure of tomorrow by inventing and commercializing large-scale innovations in the race to Net Zero.

AFFORDABLE ENERGY NOW MEANS

ZERO EMISSIONS.

8 Rivers has developed the Allam-Fetvedt Cycle, the only technology that will enable the world to meet all of its climate targets without having to pay more for electricity. The Allam-Fetvedt Cycle is a new way to generate low-cost power from fossil fuels without producing air emissions. It’s the technology behind 8 Rivers portfolio company, NET Power.

OUR
PROCESS

We develop sustainable,
infrastructure-scale solutions
to global problems.

Our process enables us to innovate in industrial fields that are lacking in creative disruption.
 

OUR
TEAM

We have an expansive,
multidisciplinary team.

All technology benefits from a team of creative innovators that challenge the status quo and veteran experts that bring decades of industry knowledge.

OUR
PORTFOLIO

We believe our technology will change the world.

All of our technology is rigorously evaluated and developed before becoming active in our portfolio.

8 Rivers in the News

8 Rivers and KC8 Capture Technologies enter into Sales Framework Agreement

8 Rivers has entered into a new strategic agreement with KC8 Capture Technologies for the engineering, project development, and licensing of its solvent technology for capturing carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from heavy industry sources such as cement plants and power stations. Through this agreement, 8 Rivers will be KC8’s exclusive licensing partner for the North American power sector, and a strategic partner globally.

Bob Dudley Joins 8 Rivers Board

8 Rivers announced that Bob Dudley has joined the 8 Rivers Board. Bob Dudley held the position of CEO at BP from 2010 to 2020. Bob Dudley commented “Few companies in the world have a Net Zero solution set as affordable and as broadly useful as 8 Rivers. 8 Rivers has a fantastic team, and I am very pleased to be its newest member.”

Anthropocene Magazine

Anthropocene Magazine

Zero emissions natural gas may be possible. The fossil fuel industry has long touted natural gas as a “bridge fuel”—abundant and reliable, cleaner than coal, and an essential stop-gap while the world transitions to renewable power. Now it is suggesting that gas can be a zero emissions power source all by itself.

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