The E-Fuel technology is based on the same technology we use for desulfurization, but with other bacteria and operating conditions. In the E-Fuel reactor CO2 and H2 is converted to CH4. Methane can substitute natural gas and be used for decentralized heat and power production or injected into the natural gas grid. Methane can also be compressed to Bio CNG for heavy trucks or cooled down and liquified to Bio LNG for ships. Furthermore, methane can be processed to green fuel for aircrafts and green plastic for the industry in a GLT (Gas-To-Liquid) plant.
The lowest hanging fruit is biogas plants where the biogas typically consists of 60% CH4 and 40% CO2. But the E-Fuel technology is not restricted to biogas plants only; it can be applied everywhere where you have a CO2 source.
While biogas production and the associated H2S removal is already an established and fast-growing industry methanation of CO2 (carbon dioxide) with H2 (hydrogen) to CH4 (methane) is still awaiting implementation of the regulatory framework for Power-To-X.
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Please contact us if you need an efficient solution for desulfurization of biogas. We can help you for any biogas flow and H2S load and no matter if your project is greenfield or refurbishment of an existing plant. We will be happy to share our experience with you. Together, we will find the optimal solution for your biogas plant.
Founder of Biogasclean
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Ho Vooi Toc
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