Myno’s mission is clear. We must remove as much carbon as we can, as fast as we can, at capital-efficient scale. Accounting for the time value of carbon, the most effective way to achieve this mission is to decarbonize the power grid and support regenerative agriculture.
Myno’s large-scale carbon removal facilities accomplish both goals by converting sustainably sourced timber and agricultural waste, into biochar and carbon-negative, renewable, baseload electricity. Using waste biomass as a feedstock avoids significant greenhouse gas emissions that would otherwise result from the decomposition or prescribed burning of this material. Wildfire risk is greatly diminished in the process, and a large fraction of the original biomass carbon is permanently removed and sequestered as biochar.
By providing carbon-negative baseload electricity to the grid, our carbon removal facilities displace emissions generated by fossil fuel sources. By delivering high-volume, low-cost biochar to support regenerative agriculture, our carbon removal facilities increase crop productivity, accelerate drawdown, reduce greenhouse gas emissions from agricultural and dairy operations, and protect scarce water resources.