TritenIAG and ReCarbon have partnered on the design and development of three ReCarbon plasma carbon conversion unit (PCCU) based plants in North America, Australia, and Asia.
The facilities are designed to produce CO2-free syngas and clean hydrogen.
The PCCU is ReCarbon’s greenhouse gas processing system. The PCCU transforms carbon emissions into hydrogen and syngas, used in products such as chemicals, fuels and energy.
Additionally, TritenIAG will advise on the design of PCCU-based pathways in multiple downstream value chains, including petrochemicals, specialty chemicals, and fertilisers. ReCarbon’s PCCU transforms carbon emissions into syngas and hydrogen.
ReCarbon’s CEO Jay Kim said it is collaborating with TritenIAG to evaluate the wide application of its new technology.
He said, “TritenIAG has a reputation for stewarding emerging, sustainable technologies to successful production, and we are pleased to have their technical and practical expertise as we commercialise our technology.”
TritenIAG CEO Terence Easton said ReCarbon is a pioneer in the carbon emissions utilisation and the bioenergy sector.
He said, “Their PCCU technology decarbonises heavy greenhouse gas emitting industries by transforming bio-based sources of carbon dioxide and methane emissions into hydrogen and syngas products. They play an important role in the transition to a new energy future.”
In June TritenIAG was engaged by Heartwell Renewables to provide project management services for a renewable diesel facility, which will produce 80m gallons annually.
ReCarbon, together with Woodside Energy and Lanzatech, announced the launch of its collaborative studies program to convert carbon emissions into useful products in May. Together, it is investigating the viability of a Carbon Capture and Utilisation (CCU) Pilot Plant facility in Western Australia.