FullCycle is an investment company that is reversing the effects of climate change by accelerating the deployment of climate-restoring technologies.

We believe reversing climate change
is the greatest investment opportunity of our lifetime.

And we're starting with waste.

Portfolio Highlight

Synova Power

Synova's technology can convert all forms of waste - municipal, agricultural, forest, commercial - into a carbon-neutral synthetic natural gas which can be utilized as energy, fuel, or high-value chemicals. At full deployment, Synova’s waste gasification technology can abate several gigatons of CO2e and generate nearly 15% of the world’s energy needs.

Synova’s patented gasification process is backed by decades of research from the Energy Center of the Netherlands. The ECN studied this problem for 15 years and found the answer: simple, robust, proven, but hidden in plain sight.

“Anything else you are interested in is not going to happen if you can't breathe the air and drink the water. Don't sit this one out. Do something.
— Carl Sagan

FullCycle is proud to collaborate with the UN International Organization for Migration to address these SDGs:

United Nations Goal 1: No PovertyUnited Nations Goal 6: Clean Water and SanitationUnited Nations Goal 7: Affordable and Clean EnergyUnited Nations Goal 13: Climate ActionUnited Nations Goal 14: Life Below WaterUnited Nations Goal 15: Life On LandUnited Nations Goal 17: Partnership For The Goals

“The intersection of climate change and migration is creating some of the greatest challenges facing the world. We need coordinated efforts with the private sector if we are to see positive outcomes on both these issues. IOM welcomes this first of its kind collaboration with FullCycle, focusing on displacement caused by climate change and promoting private-sector intervention in the climate crisis.”

– Leonard Doyle, International Organization for Migration Director, Media and Communication Division

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