CARBON NEGATIVE GREEN MOLECULES
Harnessing the power of biowaste to unlock our green energy future
The world needs cleanly produced green molecules like hydrogen and methane (i.e. natural gas) to get to net zero. Some modes of transport are simply too heavy for batteries (think big planes, ships, and trucks). Some of our industrial processes (think steel and fertilizer production) need clean hydrogen to decarbonize (H2O is a better byproduct than CO2). We know what we need to go green, but we didn’t know where all the green fuels and molecules will come from. Net Zero Hydrogen is the answer.
Net Zero Hydrogen’s biowaste gasification technology has the potential to remove BILLIONS of tonnes of CO2 from the atmosphere.SIGN UP
Our patented gasifiers have achieved over 8,000 hours of uptime converting sustainably sourced wood waste into ultraclean synthesis gas (“syngas”). Work to build our next large plant in The Netherlands is underway, with other projects in development in Germany, Spain, and France. Our initial focus is on Europe, but the opportunities and needs are global.LEARN MORE
“Our mission is to accelerate the transition to a clean, sustainable energy future by solving some of the biggest challenges in the path to global net zero.
We need new, scalable, and low-cost carbon capture technologies to close the gaps to global net zero. Net Zero Hydrogen offers just that. Our proprietary processes capture all CO2 from the production of green molecules. In addition to storing the carbon underground permanently, we can supply green food-grade CO2 to multiple industries that currently rely on fossil CO2 (examples include cold storage, greenhouses, and of course breweries).