Green methanol can be used as a direct substitute for conventional methanol in various applications, replacing gasoline or diesel in internal combustion engines or fuel cells. It can also be used as a feedstock in the production of chemicals, such as plastics, solvents, and synthetic materials, offering a renewable alternative to petroleum-based feedstocks. Green methanol can play a vital role in energy storage and grid balancing. Green methanol can be easily integrated into existing infrastructure without requiring significant modifications. It can be blended with conventional fuels or used as a pure fuel in existing vehicles, enabling a smooth transition towards greener transportation without the need for extensive infrastructure changes. It can also utilize existing methanol production and distribution networks, reducing the barriers to adoption. Methanol has emerged as a promising alternative aviation fuel that offers several advantages in terms of environmental impact and energy efficiency. As an aviation fuel, methanol exhibits excellent combustion characteristics, providing a high energy density and efficient energy release during combustion.
How is it different?
The novel two stage construction of our methanol reaction chambers and catalysts can produce 99.98% pure liquid methanol