Remora is an early-stage climate tech startup backed by Y Combinator and Chris Sacca. We’re building a device that captures the carbon emissions from a semi truck. We sell the captured carbon dioxide to greenhouses and concrete producers, helping companies earn new revenue while meeting their climate commitments. Remora’s founders include a former EPA scientist who pioneered mobile carbon capture during her PhD, and a former diesel truck mechanic who went on to build hydrogen and electric semi trucks for some of the world’s largest automotive companies.
We’re rounding out our core team, and we’re looking for mechanical engineers who learn quickly and care deeply about tackling the climate crisis. Climate change disproportionately impacts communities of color, so we’re particularly looking for engineers who have demonstrated a commitment to racial justice. Everyone on the team earns the same exact salary ($80K!) and everyone owns significant equity. Interested? Apply now at remoracarbon.com/join.