Turn Carbon dioxide into Fuels using the power of the sun.
Solistra’s patented photocatalysts are specialized light-activated nanomaterials that drive the conversion of carbon dioxide into value-added liquid fuels.
Plug and play your CO2 away.
Equivalent to taking 1000 cars off the road each year. Connects directly to flue gas stream. Up to $7M in annual revenue from product sales. Modular for customizability.
Solistra was born out of the laboratory of Geoff Ozin at the University of Toronto.
Alexandra Tavasoli is Solistra’s CEO and a PhD Candidate in the U of T Solar Fuels Group. She holds a BASc in Chemical Engineering from the University of Toronto. In addition to her technical abilities, she brings to the table a diverse set of organizational skills and is effective at managing operations, communications, and corporate strategy.
Thomas Wood, PHD
Thomas Wood is Solistra’s CTO. He holds a PhD in Chemical Engineering from the University of Toronto and holds key patents in photocatalytic materials and processes. As one of the founding members of the U of T Solar Fuels group, he has 10 years of experience in photocatalytic process development. He manages Solistra’s technical strategy.
Thomas Dingle is Solistra’s Manager of Operations, and a PhD Candidate in the U of T Solar Fuels Group. He holds a BASc in Engineering Science from the University of Toronto, and previously worked at the Max Planck Institute in Hamburg, Germany. Along with his engineering work, he manages hiring and operations at Solistra.
Geoffrey Ozin, Chief Science Advisor
Geoffrey Ozin is a Distinguished University Professor at the University of Toronto and Government of Canada Research Chair in Materials Chemistry and Nanochemistry. He is an Honorary Professor at The Royal Institution of Great Britain and University College London, External Advisor for the London Centre for Nanotechnology, Alexander von Humboldt Senior Scientist at the Max Planck Institute for Surface and Colloid Science, Global Chair at Bath University, and Guest Professor at the Centre for Functional Nanostructures at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology. Professor Ozin leads the Solar Fuels Team at the University of Toronto.
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