CSAR Energy is electrifying a well-known chemical process: gas reforming.
Their “all-in-one” reforming micro-reactors allow cleaner production of syngas (hydrogen and carbon monoxide), essential for the synthesis of renewable fuels and specialty chemicals.


Dino Mehanovic, their CEO, detailed their competitive advantage at our 11 June online event:


- Because their reactor uses renewable electricity instead of fossil fuels, the reforming process does not generate CO2 emissions.
- Micro-reactor cost estimates compare with standard reforming, significantly lower than other zero-emissions processes like electrolysis.
- The production is easily scalable, just by adding more reactor units.


They are looking for strategic partners to fast-track their development, so make sure to check out their website and contact them for collaboration opportunities in Japan.


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