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Why Methanol?

Methanol is a widely used as maritime & land transport fuel and other energy applications.

The use of methanol for hydrogen production is an attractive option due to its availability, easy storage, high energy density, efficiency, and low carbon emissions.

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Explore the power of Methanol:

the key to clean &
sustainable energy

  • Liquid at room temperature

  • One of the best hydrogen carriers

  • Extended use in industry

  • Can be produced from captured CO₂

  • Can be produced from city waste

  • Easy to transport & low toxicity

Different types of Methanol

Our generator can run on any type of methanol depending on thedegree of sustainability required by the customer & local regulations

Methanol-reforming process

Methanol is an alcohol widely used in industry, it is in liquid state at room temperature and can be produced from renewable sources thus achieving carbon neutrality

Methanol reforming catalytic reforming


Methanol-reforming highlights

Hydrogen generation through the methanol reforming process produces 28% less CO₂ when compared with fossil fuels and no polluting particles (0% NOx and 0% SOx). If the methanol is generated in a green fashion (biofuel), then the process is global carbon neutral. By avoiding CH₄ emissions works as a negative contribution to GHE, helping to stop climatic change. This allows for a quick shift to likely changes in legislation.


Catalytic Reforming: A century proven technology

The catalytic reforming process has been widely used in industries for over a century. The methanol is heated in a gasification chamber and the resulting vapor is driven through a catalyst where is splitted into hydrogen and other gases. In this way, our reformer achieves high H₂ output volumes while enclosed in a very compact & portable cabinet.


Compact propietary filter system

The characteristic that stands out from competitors is its patented filter technology. Though compact in size, it increases the hydrogen purity to above 99.997% with less than 0.2 ppm CO₂. This allows its usage in fuel cells without the risk of contamination or permanent damage. It has been tested with most of the industry leaders’ cells.

Diagram of methanol reforming phases & outputs
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e-Methanol from Green Hydrogen Production (CCUS)
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For further information, 
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Edificio Este Planta 5. 08039 Barcelona (Spain)


Tel. +34 936 80 31 60

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