We have the answer to how green hydrogen can be implemented right now as an alternative fuel in the transport sector – both on land and at sea.
We produce biomethanol by establishing economically sustainable product flows for residual raw materials.
Our concept redefines the value of residual biomaterials through optimal energy utilisation and by ensuring that they do not go to waste.
Methanol is the most volume- and weight-efficient of the green alternatives. Like diesel oil, it can be held in tanks which follow the hull shape. And, unlike the other hydrogen alternatives, it does not require rigid and complex tank systems.
Methanol combined with a reformer and fuel cells, or used in internal combustion engines, is a highly efficient hydrogen and energy carrier.