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Entity1 makes the UndoAble Doable. We are the only one in India who can convert industrial emissions into various Value Added

Using Innovative Technology to Transform Emissions and Effluents, to usable forms of energy & material.

We work with customers across Industries, to ensure that all emissions are captured, completely, and are converted online to usable Energy &  Materials.

We build circularity, and have running commercial solutions for the Metals & Metal Processing, Petroleum & Gas Refineries, Chemical & Polymer Manufacturing, Mobility – Shipping & Automotive, Human Ingestion – Food, Pharmaceuticals and Supplement Manufacturing.

In order to meet, the NDCs targets as per Paris declaration 2015, India has committed in COP 26 that it would be a “Net Zero" GHG  emission country by 2070.

CO2 and CH4 are major greenhouse gases emitted globally from fossil fuel burning and industrial processes

Protect Earth

Impacts on Ecosystems

Ocean Acidification

Melting Ice & Rising Sea Levels

Extreme Weather Events

Climate Change

Global Warming

UNDOABLE!!

Climate Change

Extreme Weather Events

Melting Ice & Rising Sea Levels

Ocean Acidification

Impacts on Ecosystems

We have the power today to change tomorrow.

Taking a step ahead of carbon capture, which involves investment into storage for carbon & separation of carbon based & other gases, our reactors ingest the entire green house gas from the outlets and converts them to usage energy & materials, leaving behind no residue. With an impressive conversion efficiency exceeding 80%, we are leading the charge towards a sustainable future.

Emissions Conversion

Entity1's reactors utilize renewable electricity to power the electrochemical conversion process.

Value Added Products

The Value Added Products produced as an end product can be used for multiple industrial uses.

Environmental Impact

A renewable, low-carbon method to reduce greenhouse gas emissions while also generating usable products, improving sustainability.

Indicative Industries Which Can Benefit From Our Technology

Electrocatalytic conversion of GHG emissions from petrochemical industries

The electrocatalytic conversion of GHG emissions to Value Added Products (VAPs) including ethanol is carried out employing electrochemical reactor at ambient of 28oC, 1 atms pressure and flow rate of emissions from petrochemical industry roughly 500ml/min. The initiator solution is acidified with 50 ml of conc. HCl. The acidified solution generates in-house hydrogen gas to facilitate the reduction of GHG emissions with carbon in the form of CO2, CO, CH4, ethane, N2, SOx, NOx, S, H2S etc into ethanol, acetates and 5-methyl –phenylazothiophene – 2 – azo dye.
Thus, from the HR-MS spectra of liquid and solid products of the GHG emissions electrocatalytic reduction as ethanol, Mg acetoethoxide, Cupric ethoxide, cuprous ethoxide, 5-methyl-phenyl azo thiophene-azo dye. Depending on the variation in constituents and composition of the input GHG emissions, either ethanol or 5-methyl-phenyl azo thiophene-azo dye or acetic acid can be fine-tuned to be the major product.

Electrocatalytic conversion of GHG emissions from petrochemical industries

Electrochemical separation and agglomeration of iron ore in steel slag

Steel slag is a by-product obtained in the steel production plants and also presents huge challenge in the solid waste disposal. The steel slag although considered as solid waste also possess several valuable elements such as titanium, nickel, Zinc, iron, aluminum, silica so on and so forth. These elements or compounds when extracted by chemical or physical process results in value addition in diverse fields of applications such as wastewater treatment to semiconductor devices. It can be understood from the literature that the leaching technique was the most widely used in the resource recovery domain followed by other techniques like fusion, hydrothermal treatment. As iron is the major constituent of steel production, any Fe content in the slag can be recovered electrochemically and utilize the silica content in the slag to encapsulate the same to avoid from environmental reactions and corrosion. The major advantage of Entity1 solution is that it can separate the minerals or elements at concentrations as low as parts per million (ppm) or parts per billion (ppb) (Ref: 202341000490).

Silicon Ingots From Refractory Bricks and Steel Sludge, Slag Industrial Wastes

Steel slag is a by-product obtained in the steel production plants and also presents huge challenge in the solid waste disposal. The steel slag although considered as solid waste also possess several valuable elements such as titanium, nickel, Zinc, iron, aluminum, silica so on and so forth. These elements or compounds when extracted by chemical or physical process results in value addition in diverse fields of applications such as wastewater treatment to semiconductor devices. It can be understood from the literature that the leaching technique was the most widely used in the resource recovery domain followed by other techniques like fusion, hydrothermal treatment.
Refractory bricks from steel plants are mostly silicon dioxide (> 70-98%). These refractory
bricks are rich source of semiconductor materials like Si and SiC upon proper processing. In
addition, steel sludge a waste material from steel industries possesses > 70% of SiO 2 that can be processed to Si or SiC.

Electrocatalytic conversion of GHG emissions from petrochemical industries

The electrocatalytic conversion of GHG emissions to Value Added Products (VAPs) including ethanol is carried out employing electrochemical reactor at ambient of 28oC, 1 atms pressure and flow rate of emissions from petrochemical industry roughly 500ml/min. The initiator solution is acidified with 50 ml of conc. HCl. The acidified solution generates in-house hydrogen gas to facilitate the reduction of GHG emissions with carbon in the form of CO2, CO, CH4, ethane, N2, SOx, NOx, S, H2S etc into ethanol, acetates and 5-methyl –phenylazothiophene – 2 – azo dye.
Thus, from the HR-MS spectra of liquid and solid products of the GHG emissions electrocatalytic reduction as ethanol, Mg acetoethoxide, Cupric ethoxide, cuprous ethoxide, 5-methyl-phenyl azo thiophene-azo dye. Depending on the variation in constituents and composition of the input GHG emissions, either ethanol or 5-methyl-phenyl azo thiophene-azo dye or acetic acid can be fine-tuned to be the major product.

Electrocatalytic conversion of GHG emissions from Steel industries

Electrochemical separation and agglomeration of iron ore in steel slag

Preamble:
Steel slag is a by-product obtained in the steel production plants and also presents huge challenge in the solid waste disposal. The steel slag although considered as solid waste also possess several valuable elements such as titanium, nickel, Zinc, iron, aluminum, silica so on and so forth. These elements or compounds when extracted by chemical or physical process results in value addition in diverse fields of applications such as wastewater treatment to semiconductor devices. It can be understood from the literature that the leaching technique was the most widely used in the resource recovery domain followed by other techniques like fusion, hydrothermal treatment. As iron is the major constituent of steel production, any Fe content in the slag can be recovered electrochemically and utilize the silica content in the slag to encapsulate the same to avoid from environmental reactions and corrosion. The major advantage of Entity1 solution is that it can separate the minerals or elements at concentrations as low as parts per million (ppm) or parts per billion (ppb) (Ref: 202341000490).

Silicon Ingots From Refractory Bricks and Steel Sludge, Slag Industrial Wastes

Steel slag is a by-product obtained in the steel production plants and also presents huge challenge in the solid waste disposal. The steel slag although considered as solid waste also possess several valuable elements such as titanium, nickel, Zinc, iron, aluminum, silica so on and so forth. These elements or compounds when extracted by chemical or physical process results in value addition in diverse fields of applications such as wastewater treatment to semiconductor devices. It can be understood from the literature that the leaching technique was the most widely used in the resource recovery domain followed by other techniques like fusion, hydrothermal treatment.
Refractory bricks from steel plants are mostly silicon dioxide (> 70-98%). These refractory
bricks are rich source of semiconductor materials like Si and SiC upon proper processing. In
addition, steel sludge a waste material from steel industries possesses > 70% of SiO 2 that can be processed to Si or SiC.

Solutions available to industries till now

CDR(Carbon Dioxide Removal)
CCS (Carbon Capture Storage)
CCUS (Carbon Capture Utilization & Storage - group of technologies that can avoid the atmospheric emission of CO from industrial processes is called CCUS)
CCS (Carbon Capture Storage)
CCUS (Carbon Capture Utilization & Storage - group of technologies that can avoid the atmospheric emission of CO from industrial processes is called CCUS)

If your process results in any kind of emissions, we would have a profitable solution to your challenge

India's Pledge for Achieving Net Zero Emissions and the Importance of Industry Decarbonization

Green house gases

Oil & Gas

Steel Industry

Cement Production

Power Plants

Sponge Iron Manufacturing

Distilleries

Oil & Gas

Implement Entity 1’s Electrocatalytic technology to convert greenhouse gases into useful chemicals

  • Ethanol
  • EVA
  • Ethyl acetates
  • Metal acetates
  • Chloro Acetyl Chloride
  • Thiophene Azo dyes
  • Butadiene
  • Propanaldehyde
  • Azo dyes
Doable
UndoAble
Entity 1 utilises an innovative reactor process, using conversion chemistry to transform all green house gas emissions to energy: Such as Ethanol or materials such as ethylene and butadiene, which find applications across many industries.

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Entity 1's Innovation in Sustainable Technology

100% Indigenous Technology focused on Make in India initiative
ZERO Residue to dispose a NETZERO Target achievement
Chemical-based technology ensures consistency in operations
Our technology can deal with a combination of emissions on as is basis
Using CO2 gas emissions right where they're made cuts costs, safety risks, & logistical issues in transportation
VAP generated by the process can generate additional revenue streams to the client

Why We Are Different

What's new?

Entity 1: Showcasing at a Steel Event on emissions to value-added products, leveraging innovative solutions.

What's new?

Entity 1: Conducting Mini Reactor trials at steel plant site, revolutionizing emission management.

What's new?

Entity 1: Customer trials at site - transforming emissions into carbon type raw material, driving sustainability.

What's new?

Entity 1 : Presenting the Electro Catalytic Reactor to the Honorable Union Minister for Transport - Shri Nitin Gadkari for converting carbon dioxide oxide to Ethanol, pioneering eco-friendly technologies.

Meet the Believers, Sustainers and People who make a difference.

Team

Pankaj Agrawal

Chairman
Experienced investment banker with 36+ years. Forbes & Arabian Business Magazine recognized leader in UAE. Founder of Signature Group since 2005. Advised over US$ 3 billion in global transactions

Kaushik Palicha

Founder & InventorTechnology
Post Graduate in Finance and Economics in Finance & Economics, leading transition to renewable energy, waste-to-value, with 82+ granted patents & 60+ pending, supporting Make-in-India

Dr. Sangaranayanan M. V

Director - Technology
PhD from Institute of Science Bangalore with 45 years in academic and electrochemical research. Alexander Von Humboldt Fellow & Chair Professor at IIT Madras Chemistry Department.

Paritosh Gupta

Advisor
35+ years in sustainable infrastructure projects. Strong partnerships with international agencies and foreign governments. Former Founder and CEO of Kukuza Project Development Company

Dr. Harinipriya

Director - Technical
PhD in Electrochemistry from IIT Madras with 20+ years of academic and professional experience. Expertise in energy conversion, solar thermal systems, and next-generation battery research

Himanshu Singhal  

Director - Strategic Business
With 20+ years in global banking, Himanshu specializes in foreign exchange and interest rates. Himanshu was part of the founding team at Kotak Mahindra Bank Treasury, was responsible for setting up of IT systems, operations, and first digital FX platform of the bank. He served as EVP - Global Markets overseeing regional sales. He is an MIT Sloan School alum

Pramod Pandey

Director - Operations
A graduate engineer with 36 years of experience, currently holds key roles at Indo Japan Polymers Pvt Ltd and Energec Chem Speciality Pvt Ltd. Excels in both B2C and B2B industrial sectors, demonstrating adaptability and multicultural leadership skills.

Mita Samant

Director – Finance
With 20+ years of corporate finance experience at esteemed firms like L&T, Morgan Stanley, and Essar Group, she received the RPG Top Gear Award. Skillfully managed a consortium of 21 banks with a substantial working capital limit.

Besky Christopher

Compliance & Investor Relations
Over 20 years of industry experience in telecom, cement manufacturing, and chemical distribution. Proficient in laws like Income Tax Act, Goods & Services Tax Law, and Companies Act, his expertise lies in meticulous compliance, and transparency

Janani Chandrasekar

Banking & Treasury
With a decade-long experience in corporate finance and corporate restructuring, specializing in treasury and controlling functions, she has managed working capital for 15 consortium banks. Notably, she excels in Foreign Direct Investment and M&A compliance.

Pankaj Agrawal

Chairman
Experienced investment banker with 36+ years. Forbes & Arabian Business Magazine recognized leader in UAE. Founder of Signature Group since 2005. Advised over US$ 3 billion in global transactions

Kaushik Palicha

Founder & InventorTechnology
PhD in Finance & Economics, leading transition to renewable energy, waste-to-value, with 10+ granted patents & 60+ pending, supporting Make-in-India

Dr. Sangaranarayanan

Director Technology
PhD from Institute of Science Bangalore with 45 years in academic and electrochemical research. Alexander Von Humboldt Fellow & Chair Professor at IIT Madras Chemistry Department.

Mr. ParitoshGupta

Advisor
35+ years in sustainable infrastructure projects. Strong partnerships with international agencies and foreign governments. Former Founder and CEO of Kukuza Project Development Company

Dr. Harinipriya

Director Technical
PhD in Electrochemistry from IIT Madras with 20+ years of academic and professional experience. Expertise in energy conversion, solar thermal systems, and next-generation battery research
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Revolutionising Industrial Emissions and harvesting them, completely, to make energy &  materials. Using Science, Technology & Innovation – to keep our Planet clean.

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