top of page

Acden and Rain Cage Carbon Inc. Announce Groundbreaking Partnership: Acden + Rain Cage

In a landmark move that promises to transform the landscape of decarbonization and renewable power generation in Canada's North, Rain Cage Carbon Inc., a leader in carbon capture and reuse technology, has partnered with Acden, one of Canada's largest Indigenous corporations, community-owned by Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation, to form “Acden + Rain Cage”. This innovative partnership is poised to deliver sustainable decarbonization and power services to northern businesses and communities, marking a significant step forward in the pursuit of environmental sustainability and economic growth.

Acden + Rain Cage is a majority-owned Indigenous organization with Rain Cage Carbon in active ownership and management. This partnership underscores a shared commitment to leveraging cutting-edge technology for the betterment of communities and the environment.

Chief Allan Adam of the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation (ACFN) highlighted the significance of the partnership, stating, “Since its inception, Acden has worked to contribute to a strong and sustainable future for ACFN by providing service excellence to our clients. Utilizing the innovative Rain Cage Carbon technologies through the Acden + Rain Cage partnership is a critical part of our efforts to create that sustainable and viable future.”

Echoing Chief Adam’s sentiments, Blair Aiken, Chairman of Rain Cage Carbon, expressed enthusiasm for the collaboration, saying, “We have been building our relationship with Acden over the past two years, and we could not ask for a better partner. Their focus on and history of leadership in stewardship of the land and environment is an inspiration, and their specific insights into the needs and requirements of the clients and communities we will serve will be invaluable.”

The partnership's first project, Carbon Farm 1, will be implemented at an Acden facility in Fort McMurray, Alberta. Utilizing Rain Cage Carbon’s EDEN™ System, this project will produce industrial quantities of Advanced Carbon, which will then be commercially utilized in the renewable power generation and battery storage sectors. The long-term profits from this project will flow to the Carbon Farm 1 investors and the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation.  Planning and implementation of Carbon Farm 1 is underway with it scheduled to begin carbon production later this year.

Blair Aiken stated “This world-scale project will reshape the decarbonization of Alberta, provide hundreds of local jobs and steward the land. The Carbon Farms will provide a significant source of graphitic carbon, which is the largest input material in modern batteries, and as such likely draw a battery plant to the Fort McMurray region in the future, to provide even greater growth opportunities.”

For more information please visit: Acden + Rain Cage

About Acden:

Acden is 100% community-owned by the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation (ACFN). It is one of Canada’s largest Indigenous corporations, comprised of 21 companies and growing and approximately 1,800 employees. Acden’s success contributes directly to the economic independence of ACFN, helping to deliver strategic programs that support health, housing, education, well-being, culture and language revitalization, job creation and sustainability, and positive environmental stewardship.

Learn more at


About Rain Cage Carbon:

Rain Cage Carbon is at the forefront of decarbonization technology, dedicated to transforming CO2 and other emissions into valuable engineered carbon through its proprietary EDEN™ System, and renewable energy technologies. This innovative approach not only mitigates harmful emissions but also converts them into a resource with extensive applications in various industries, marking a significant step towards a sustainable and profitable environmental stewardship.

Learn more at

2 comentarios

Nice work!

Me gusta

30 may

Incredible work by the Rain Cage Carbon team and Acden to get this project going. Great Job!

Me gusta
Recent Posts
bottom of page