Challenge: Valorisation of industrial CO2 emissions to chemicals.
Solution: Demonstration of Fischer-Tropsch synthesis with real side stream gases by mobile synthesis unit .
Benefit: Changing CO2 emissions to valuable products.
Challenge: To create know-how in production of fuels and chemicals from CO2 emissions which are the key technologies for CO2 utilization and how do they work?
Solution: Production of synthetic natural gas, diesel, gasoline, wax and methanol using CO2 as the carbon source.
Benefit: To create valuable products and to reduce dependency on fossil fuels.
Challenge: To demonstrate a bench-scale biomass-based gasification gas ultracleaning process.
Solution: The process is designed to remove sulphur-, nitrogen- and residual tar- impurities down to levels suitable for synthesis applications without expensive scrubbing process-steps.
Benefit: The purified gas will be synthesized into Fischer-Tropsch hydrocarbons. The gas cleaning step is crucial in enabling economical biomass-to-liquids or -gas and other dirty gas utilization processes.
Challenge: Stream of hydrogen regarded as low value side product with several impurities or contaminants. Limited end usage possibilities for by-product hydrogen due to trace impurities.
Solution: With integration of new technology to existing infrastructure you can utilize low value hydrogen streams for value added products, such as, vehicle fuel and chemicals.
Benefit: VTT can thrust your business towards sustainability and create value from existing by-products.