Renewable fuels are our driving force

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The CAPHENIA process produces carbon-neutral and CO2-minimised synthetic fuels from CO2, methane and renewable energy. In this way, we are forging the path for the age of renewable fuels.

Movement is an essential part of life as we know it – without mobility, our modern world would be simply inconceivable. The movement of people and goods is a vital cog in both international relations and prosperity.

Those who want to travel should continue to have the opportunity to do so in the future – and this mobility should be possible at a viable cost and in a way that respects our natural surroundings. Yet the mobility of today is a burden on the environment. Aeroplanes, ships and vehicles emit over 9 100 million tonnes of CO2 every year and are exacerbating climate change as a result.

CAPHENIA wants to play its part in reducing carbon emissions: by producing renewable synthetic fuels at competitive prices.

CAPHENIA is following nature’s example by turning CO2 in a useful resource. CAPHENIA uses a globally patented Power-and-Biogas-to-Liquid (PBtL) process to convert CO2 and biogas into renewable synthetic fuels. These fuels can then be used to power existing engines and propulsion systems, so that no costly conversions or new infrastructure are required. The electricity required for the conversion process is generated from renewable energy sources, and the CAPHENIA process is able to respond quickly to fluctuations in its availability.

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aireg roadmap “Sustainable aviation fuels” published

aireg has published the new “Roadmap Sustainable Aviation Fuels – Status, Options, Needs for Action”, the status quo that is relevant for sustainable aviation.

Kay Kratky confirmed as president for aviation and industry at aireg

The association aireg/Aviation Initiative for Renewable Energy in Germany e.V. elected Kay Kratky for another two years as president for aviation and industry.

CAPHENIA opens office at Frankfurt’s House of Logistics and Mobility (HOLM)

On January 1st, 2020 the House of Logistics and Mobility (HOLM) will also accommodate CAPHENIA. The interdisciplinary conference center was set up by the City of Frankfurt and the State of Hesse on the initiative of the HOLM Association.

Mark Misselhorn appointed to the Senate of Economics

Dr. Mark Misselhorn represents CAPHENIA as Senator in the Senate of Economic Affairs in Germany. The Chairman of the Board of Management and the President of the Senate of Economics awarded Misselhorn the corresponding certificate of appointment in May 2020.

Mark Misselhorn in an interview with CHEManager

Mark Misselhorn describes, how CO2-neutral fuels can be thought of in a different way and which solutions CAPHENIA is developing in order to achieve the Paris Climate Agreement.

The CAPHENIA process is superior to conventional e-fuels

A study by the independent energy research center “Forschungsstelle für Energiewirtschaft” (FfE) shows: In a direct comparison, the CAPHENIA process performs better than the Power-to-Liquid process.

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