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
8 Rivers has developed the Allam-Fetvedt Cycle, a 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 NET Power, of which 8 Rivers is a shareholder.
We develop sustainable,
to global problems.
Our process enables us to innovate in industrial fields that are lacking in creative disruption.
We have an expansive,
All technology benefits from a team of creative innovators that challenge the status quo and veteran experts that bring decades of industry knowledge.
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
Transition Economist Interviews 8 Rivers CEO, Cam Hosie
In this Q+A, Cam provides Transition Economist readers with an overview of 8 Rivers’ decarbonization solutions, from power generation to hydrogen production to carbon capture – both direct air capture (DAC) and point-source. He also dives into DAC’s timeline to commercialization.
NET Power announces combination with Rice Acquisition Corp. II, first step towards NYSE listing
NET Power announced their business combination with Rice Acquisition Corp. II (NYSE: RONI) to accelerate deployment of NET Power’s proprietary technology. After the combination, the company will be named NET Power Inc. The transaction is expected to close in the second quarter of 2023 and the combined company will be listed on the NYSE under the ticker symbol “NPWR”.
Power Magazine Features 8 Rivers and 8RH2 Technology
Power Magazine interviewed 8 Rivers CEO Cam Hosie to discuss how the U.K.’s “Hydrogen Strategy” was starting to take shape, our 8RH2 technology, and how developing a scalable, low-carbon hydrogen infrastructure has the potential to decarbonize heavy industry, future energy supplies, and high-horsepower transportation.