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Fueling the future

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Commoditizing Green Hydrogen

Green Hydrogen is produced by using renewable energy sources such as solar, wind, and hydropower. It is essential for meeting the climate target of full decarbonization by 2050. 

However, the transportation of Green Hydrogen is still a major challenge. It is extremely difficult and expensive to transport in gas or liquid form.


Our solution is to convert Green Hydrogen into a conventional product, such as methanol, which can be easily transported.


EU target raised from 10 million to 20 million tons of green hydrogen in 2030. 


Fuel providers in Germany are obliged to reduce their carbon footprint by 25% by 2030.

A great potential for hydrogen-based fuels with a projected market size of 250 TWh in 2030


Green Methanol will be central in decarbonizing industries and the transportation sector to achieve net-zero energy. 

Green Methanol is produced from carbon dioxide and Green Hydrogen. In contrast to hydrogen, methanol can be stored in liquid form at ambient temperature and atmospheric pressure.


Even more importantly, methanol is compatible with the current fuel infrastructure (it can be blended with conventional liquid fuels or used to fuel 100% methanol-based drive systems) and serves as a vital raw material for the chemical, construction, and plastics industries. 

Our approach includes an off-grid production - completely fueled by green energy sources (primarily wind and solar) – where we convert green hydrogen into Green Methanol. 

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Green Methanol

the next step to fuel the future

Why Green Methanol?

Methanol is the best solution

Variety of applications

Can be used as a basis for producing low-carbon fuel (blending / synthetic fuel) or as feedstock for other products, including in the chemical industry

High density

Methanol has a high density of hydrogen per each carbon unit

Cost - effective

Production of methanol is cost efficient also for low synthesis rates


Methanol can be transported in liquid form at room temperature. Existing transport infrastructure can be used

Demand rising

Methanol is an important raw material for making a broad range of chemical products as well as plastic industry

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