Nicholas Flanders is co-founder and CEO of Opus 12, a Bay Area startup that has developed technology to recycle CO2 emissions back into valuable products. He was featured among Forbes’s 30 Under 30 in Energy in 2016. He co-founded Opus 12 while in graduate school at Stanford, where he was pursuing a joint MBA/MS in engineering with a focus on renewable power.
Backing from this group of high-caliber investors allows us to build out our team and expand our partnerships to give businesses a tool to reduce emissions in their existing supply chains, and consumers the opportunity to make a real climate impact with their purchasing decisions without compromising on the quality of products they love. Carbon transformation is the new business transformation.23 December 2021
With carbon transformation, we are untethering aviation from petroleum supply chains. The Air Force has been a strong partner in our work to advance innovative new sources of aviation fuel.23 December 2021
This is a new way of moving carbon through our economy without pulling it out of the ground.20 December 2021