Terraform Industries is a carbon capture and power-to-gas startup in Burbank, CA.

We capture CO2 from the air, produce hydrogen from water electrolysis, and react the carbon dioxide and hydrogen together to form net-zero natural gas. 

Taking advantage of rapidly-falling solar prices, we expect to be cost-competitive with mined natural gas by 2024/2025. We design our machines using cheap, well-proven technologies so we can scale extremely rapidly.

Sep 22, 2022
Full time role
$100,000 - $140,000 yearly
Terraform Industries Remote
What are we doing? Terraform Industries is an early stage green tech start up. Our team has worked on everything from the Space Shuttle to aircraft fuel safety to GPS science. We’re backed by Patrick Collison (co-founder of Stripe) and Nat Friedman (Chairman of github).    We have the most absurdly brain-meltingly ambitious technical challenge imaginable.    Gigascale atmospheric hydrocarbon synthesis.    We’re going to make natural gas out of sunlight and air. Our waste products are oxygen and water. As solar power gets cheaper, there will come a time when it is cheaper to get carbon from the atmosphere than an oil well. That time is now.   Our goal is to methodically displace oil and gas drilling as the preferred cheapest, easiest method of obtaining billions of tonnes of hydrocarbons. The success condition is driving the net flux of carbon from the crust to the atmosphere down by an order of magnitude,...
Sep 13, 2022
Full time role
$100,000 - $140,000 yearly
Terraform Industries Burbank, CA, USA
Job Description Terraform Industries is an early-stage green tech start-up. Our team has worked on everything from the Space Shuttle to aircraft fuel safety to GPS science. We’re backed by Patrick Collison (co-founder of Stripe) and Nat Friedman (Chairman of GitHub).  We have the most absurdly brain-meltingly ambitious technical challenge imaginable.  Gigascale atmospheric hydrocarbon synthesis.  We’re going to make natural gas out of sunlight and air. Our waste products are oxygen and water. As solar power gets cheaper, there will come a time when it is cheaper to get carbon from the atmosphere than an oil well. That time is now. Our goal is to methodically displace oil and gas drilling as the preferred cheapest, easiest method of obtaining billions of tonnes of hydrocarbons. The success condition is driving the net flux of carbon from the crust to the atmosphere down by an order of magnitude, as quickly as possible. Like, by 2035. Every year...