Hardware to Save a Planet
Capturing Semi-Truck CO2 Emissions Directly From the Tailpipe with Paul Gross, Co-founder and Co-CEO of Remora
September 1, 2022
In this episode of Hardware to Save a Planet, Dylan is joined by Paul Gross, Co-founder and Co-CEO of Remora, to discuss the technology behind Remora's new device that captures at least eighty percent of a semi-truck’s carbon emissions directly from the tailpipe.
In this episode of Hardware to Save a Planet, Dylan is joined by Paul Gross, Co-founder and Co-CEO of Remora, to discuss the technology behind Remora's new device that captures at least eighty percent of a semi-truck’s carbon emissions directly from the tailpipe.

Paul has been named one of “Forbes 30 under 30” for what he’s achieved with Remora, which he started working on in college. After initially deciding to go into politics to make an impact on climate change, Paul realized there was a quicker and more impactful way to address the issue.

He decided to build his company and got obsessed with the idea of capturing carbon emissions from the tailpipes. After meeting his partners, Christina and Eric, they launched Remora.

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