Engineering sustainable fuel for a fossil-free future
We lead the way with cutting-edge synthetic fuel technologies aimed at replacing fossil fuel.
E-fuels production pathway.
The e-fuels production pathway involves using electricity from renewable sources and water (H₂O) which is split into hydrogen (H₂) and oxygen (O₂) through a process called electrolysis.
Waste CO₂ is converted, together with hydrogen (H₂) into liquid e-fuels.
These fuels are close to carbon neutrality with a greenhouse gas reduction of 94% compared to fossil fuels.
Synthetic fuels production pathway
The synthetic fuel production pathway harnesses second generation biowaste as a key resource. Through this process, CO₂ is extracted from the raw materials, transforming it into a advanced synthetic fuels.
On a tank-to-wheel basis, the manufacturing process already closes the carbon cycle by capturing the same amount of CO₂ in the production process as released during combustion. Thus, no additional CO₂ is released into the atmosphere.
Taking production and transport into account (well-to-wheel), the GHG reduction is 80%.
Our fuels are made through two pathways
Both fuels are drop-in solutions that require no modifications to your vehicle or infrastructure.
Both fuels offer high-performance capabilities, matching or even surpassing the efficiency of fossil fuels, all while maintaining an environmentally-friendly, clean-burning profile.