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Dimensional Energy Secures Deal with Boom Supersonic

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Dimensional Energy Secures Deal with Boom Supersonic

Dimensional Energy, a Rev Alumni Stardom member company, recently secured an offtake agreement with Boom Supersonic, the company building the world’s fastest airliner. 

Dimensional Energy is a production leader in sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) and will be the source of up to 5 million gallons of SAF per year for Boom’s Overture flight test program. The Overture is a supersonic airliner that will fly twice as fast as commercial airlines while running solely on SAF. Jason Salfi, CEO and co-founder of Dimensional Energy, believes that Overture “has the potential to completely transform how we experience the world” and that Boom and Dimensional Energy share a vision for the future of sustainable aviation. 

Dimensional Energy reimagines carbon dioxide as an untapped resource ready to replace fossil carbon. The company’s technology center in Tucson, Arizona sees to the production of net zero carbon SAF and expects to rapidly bring power to liquid SAF to market through partnerships with companies like Boom Supersonic. 

In 2016, the founders of Dimensional Energy were connected by NEXUS-NY, a green technology business accelerator, and joined Rev: Ithaca Startup Works later that year. In 2021, Dimensional Energy was a finalist in the Carbon XPRIZE competition and accepted  into  Cohort X of prestigious CleanTech incubator  Elemental Excelerator. A year later, the company secured a partnership with United Airlines, who promised to buy at least 300 million gallons of SAF from Dimensional Energy in the next 20 years. 

In tandem with the Boom Supersonic agreement, Dimensional Energy also secured a tri-party agreement with Lafarge Canada Inc. and Svante Technologies Inc. The partnership aims to decarbonize large industries in British Columbia, Canada through the utilization of Carbon Dioxide that is captured at the Richmond Cement Plant. 

Learn more about the Dimensional Energy and Boom Supersonic agreement