Making Renewable Methanol by Recycling Carbon

25 sept 2014
15:45 - 16:05

Making Renewable Methanol by Recycling Carbon

Carbon Recycling International makes renewable methanol fuel by carbon recycling. As more renewable energy becomes available and more recovery of carbon waste becomes feasible, renewable methanol fuel will become economically viable worldwide.

We have built an industrial plant which produces kilotons per year of renewable methanol, captures kilotons per year of carbon dioxide, and operates multi-megawatt electrolyzers. We hold the sustainability certification of a liquid fuel with a reduction of 90 percent of carbon dioxide compared to gasoline. It is an innovation which opened opportunities for gasoline blending and clean biofuel manufacturing in Iceland, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, and Sweden.

We have demonstrated our emission to liquid fuel technology which uses renewable power and carbon dioxide to make methanol at industrial scale. The next step will be building commercial plants with higher production capacity from different sources of carbon waste and power to serve our present and new customers. The prospect for methanol fuel is limitless because the future access to renewable energy and carbon waste.