Energy | Synthetic-catalytic fuel
Known processes for producing synthetic fuels are inefficient because they consume large quantities of green hydrogen. UNIWASTEC produces synthetic-catalytic fuel from biomass.
Synthetic-catalytic fuel from biomass
Biomass, such as agricultural waste, is handled in our catalytic pressureless depolymerization process. This highly efficient process – a copy of nature’s crude oil process – produces our 3rd generation fuel.
It is of highest quality, meets international norms (e.g. diesel EN590 standard), is fully interchangeable with conventional fuels, and can therefore be used in common engines.
Obtaining fuels from energy crops is only superficially a good solution because it requires large areas of agricultural land. In contrast, UNIWASTEC uses any kind of agricultural or other organic waste and transforms it into synthetic-catalytic third-generation fuel. Our solution is environmentally friendly and climate neutral.
Synthetic fuels are artificially produced with the help of green hydrogen and carbon dioxide. UNIWASTEC produces synthetic-catalytic fuels from agricultural waste. We use cellulose from nature as a raw material. With the help of catalysts, the hydrocarbon chains are split into the needed lengths to obtain the desired fuels.
The production of e-fuels uses large quantities of high-purity hydrogen, whereby hydrogen production itself consumes a lot of energy. UNIWASTEC obtains the fuel from cellulosic biomass. Therefore we are three times more efficient that other solutions on the market.
E-fuels are produced completely artificially from hydrogen and carbon dioxide, which in the end leads to high fuel prices. UNIWASTEC directly decomposes biomass into synthetic-catalytic fuel. This allows us to offer fuel prices, which are competitive even with fossil fuels.
We are able to produce the products synthetic natural gas, green electricity, synthetic fuel and green hydrogen from the educts waste, used tires, sewage sludge, liquid manure, biomass, and wastewater.
Did you know?
Synthetic fuels can significantly contribute to decarbonizing the industrial and transport sectors – without the need for technical adjustments to existing fleets and engines.
- Transport: aviation, shipping, heavy goods transport, refuse collection vehicles, public transport, passenger traffic etc.
- Industry: production of basic materials
- Steel: production of crude steel from iron ore
- Construction: heavy construction machinery
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