C-Motive’s co-founders set out to create a technology that could change the world for the better. They succeeded in more ways than one, building an electrostatic motor with a vast array of eco-friendly benefits and a team with the right ideas in mind for the future.

The Four Pillars of Sustainability

Environmental
Sustainability

Environmental sustainability reflects a desire to improve human welfare by taking action to protect natural resources (water, air, land, and more).

Economic
Sustainability

Economic sustainability describes a commitment to improve the use of important assets in order to achieve peak economic efficiency. 

Human
Sustainability

Human sustainability refers the support of individuals involved through providing opportunities to develop skills and promote overall wellbeing.

Social
Sustainability

Social sustainability is associated with the potential outcomes of important decisions and how those decisions may influence the state of future generations.

Environmental & Economic Sustainability

Our electrostatic motor contributes to massive amounts of carbon savings through higher energy efficiency. By utilizing less embodied carbon within the raw materials in its production process, efficiency and carbon savings directly contribute to cost savings.

Material use

C-Motive is creating an efficient electrostatic motor that contains no permanent magnets and the same amount of copper that you would find in a handful of pennies, making our technology both environmentally and economically sustainable at the same time.

Human & Social Sustainability

Internally, C-Motive is dedicated to supporting employees and giving opportunities to enhance skills as well as learn new practices as they continue their careers. Externally, C-Motive looks to sell products that help people around the world and use materials that don’t involve harmful mining and processing practices.