CleanCarbonTechnology® is a new brand in environmentally friendly technology for clean material production combined with clean power generation and is already found in various different fields of application.

Measurement instrumentation

High-Precision measurement instrumentation from Carbon and African Granit

Railway sleeper

Railway sleeper from Carbon and Turkish Basalt Stone


Ski with kernel from Carbon and Swiss Alps Granite

PV-facade module

PV-facade module with carbon stone frame and glas

High-End loudspeaker

High-End loudspeaker from Carbon and German Slate

More Ideas

More fields applications to come soon.

kolja   Kolja Kuse (President)
Dipl.-Ing. Kolja Kuse is founder of CleanCarbonTechnology. He studied electrical power engineering at RWTH Aachen and is working in the field of development of environmentally friendly technology based on the production of carbon fibers from algal biomass and artificial CO2 conversion processes using captured and naturally bound CO2. The invention of a CSP based carbonization process for the carbon fiber production is moreover able to make industry to become CO2 – negative over time. He recently moved together with Prof. Uwe Arnold into the field of financial validation of climate friendly technology. Prof. Arnold developed a sophisticated transparent methodology to identify and predict potential of retability of new climate friendly technology with up to 10% per year at low investment risk.

Matthias Müller, Vice President

Peter Hass, Technical Supervision

Prof. Uwe Arnold, Finance + Systems

Armin Stohl, VP Material Production

Kolja Kuse, Application Development

Dr. Mera Kuse, Administration

Britta Waschl, Climate Policy Supervision

Elke Heiss, Marketing Supervision

"CleanCarbonTechnology is striving through the technology jungle to indentify a pathway to meet the climate change challenges. One thing seems to be clear, we need to withdraw carbon dioxide from the biosphere as soon and as much as possible. This way to biomimic nature by industrial processes seems to be a solution which would fit industry into natural processes without damaging the climate balance which nature has been working on for billions of years. One viable way is to make carbon fibers out of CO2. The technical possibility is within reach. The needed masses depend on consequent investment. The needed energy can be found either in developed countries and ideally as well in developing countries. This opens the way for the world to collaborate on a global scale to tackle and meet climate change."

Kolja Kuse

Founder and President
CleanCarbonTechnology ArGe, Oberföhringer Strasse 175 a, 81925 München / Munich, Germany Tel.: + 49 89 929 54 22 Info@CleanCarbon.Technology www.CleanCarbon.Technology