Our technology converts renewable electricity and carbon dioxide into synthetic natural gas for storage or distribution using the existing gas infrastructure.
What does this mean? It means that when we have an oversupply of wind or solar power, we can turn electricity surpluses into synthetic methane to use later – on windless days or at night when we don’t produce enough.
We produce synthetic natural gas while recycling your carbon emissions.
* Uplift the biomethane output of biogas plants in the wastewater treatment and waste management industry
* Recycle carbon dioxide from fermentation processes at breweries or bioethanol plants
* Close the carbon cycle through the methanation of atmospheric carbon dioxide
* Recycle flue gases from the cement or steel industry, wherein electrification is not realistically possible