Carbon Re

carbon-re Clean Growth Fund portfolio

Head Office London

Co-Founder & CEO Sherif Elsayed- Ali 

Co-Founder & COO Buffy Price

Co-Founder & CSO Daniel Summerbell

CFO Kate Willemite 

CTO Aidan O’Sullivan

Carbon Re is developing a leading edge artificial intelligence platform, Delta Zero, which uses deep reinforcement machine learning to address complex process optimisation challenges within the foundation industries. Delta Zero will enable process plants to radically reduce carbon emissions and operational costs.

The Clean Growth Fund led our pre-seed round, and further increased their investment through our 2022 seed round. We have also bene ted from non-diluted equity for a R&D project through CGF’s combined investor grant programme with Innovate UK. This has enabled us to start to expand our focus from just cement into adjacent pollutive sectors like steel and glass manufacture. CGF has consistently been proactive in raising our company pro le and supporting our business development.

For us, having an impact driven investor backing the company is key – we know that our mission and values are fully aligned, and we look forward to a long and successful partnership together.

Buffy Price

News stories

Carbon Re and Materials Processing Institute join forces for ground-breaking use of Artificial Intelligence to decarbonise steel

The steel industry is one of the most significant contributors to greenhouse gas emissions globally, accounting for 8% of global emissions, and is facing tremendous

Carbon Re raises £4.2m seed funding to tackle gigatonnes of emissions from the highly pollutive cement industry

Cambridge University and UCL joint spin-out to accelerate roll-out of AI-based industrial decarbonization technology Carbon Re, a climate tech company building state-of-the-art AI to decarbonize

New research highlights technologies that can cut 0.8 gigatonnes per year of CO2 emissions from cement production by 2030

New research by climate tech pioneer Carbon Re has found that the cement industry could deploy a combination of 13 existing technologies to reduce CO2