Process heat is CO2 and money. Let us help you save both.

Industrial process heat is the last bastion of fossil fuels. It accounts for 20% of all emmissions worldwide. And it’s expensive. Skyven is taking over this carbon stronghold, by turning industrial plants into their own heat sources.


Thermal RE-Injection™

The journey to low-cost carbon-free process heat starts with Thermal Energy Efficiency.

Thermal RE-injection™ captures high-value low-temperature heat rejected from process equipment such as boilers and dryers and re-injects it back into the facility. Each BTU of heat recovered is one less BTU of new fuel burned.

Intelligent Mirror Array (IMA™)

Go beyond efficiency with solar.

Intelligent Mirror Array (IMA™) technology capture heat from the sun, raises its effective temperature (up to 400F), and injects it into the plant to further displace fossil fuels.

Clean Process Heat At Guaranteed Savings

No Upfront Capital

Skyven covers all projects costs, including engineering equipment, installation, and maintenance.

Savings From Day 1

Purchase clean BTUs at a guaranteed discount off the price of fuel.


We provide innovative solutions for emissions free thermal energy at lower costs than burning fuel

Zero CapEx

Pay only for delivered heat

OpEx Savings

Guaranteed discount vs fuel prices

Zero Financial Risk

Customer cannot lose money

Zero Emissions

Directly offset use of fossil fuels

Zero Downtime

Simple plant integration


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