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“Fossil Free” Net-Zero Carbon Intensity Renewable Diesel and Jet fuel


Expander has developed a portfolio of technologies that can produce “Fossil Free” Net Zero Carbon Intensity Fuels

  • “Drop In” compatible with current engines and infrastructure – zero adoption cost to end user
  • Direct competitor to Renewable Diesel (HDRD) – with lower carbon intensity
  • Low-cost cellulosic feedstock – not exposed to seed oils market pricing
  • Lower airshed emissions and biodegradable
  • No competition with food production
  • Scalable: 100 BPD to 5,000 BPD (6 million to 300 million liters per year capacity)

TAR-FREE BIOMASS GASIFIER TECHNOLOGY

Core enabling technology for Biomass to Liquids (BTL) diesel production

Expander and AirTechnic Canada in collaboration with AirTechnic s.r.o of the Czech Republic have developed and co-patented a Biomass Gasifier that has proven to provide “tar free” syngas in long term service from non-food cellulosic feedstock.

ENHANCED BIOMASS TO LIQUIDS (EBTL) TECHNOLOGY

Enhanced Biomass to Liquids (EBTL™) is a patented process to integrate gasification, hydrogen generation and Fischer Tropsch conversion of biomass to produce “Fossil Free” Renewable and Net Zero Carbon Intensity Fuel.

Expander’s EBTL™ process captures and sequesters biogenic CO2 at a fraction of the energy cost of comparable processes (CCS or DAC)

Net-Zero Life Cycle Carbon Intensity – possible through application of Expander’s patented technologies.

No Food Competition – feedstock is cellulosic: forestry residues, agricultural, landfill redirect, municipal sludge, etc.

“Drop-in” Diesel or Jet fuel – 100% compatible with existing engines and infrastructure.

BIOMASS ELECTROLYSIS TO LIQUIDS TECHNOLOGY

BETL™ is a patented process which integrates gasification, hydrogen generation and Fischer Tropsch conversion of biomass to synthetic diesel using low carbon intensity electricity generated hydrogen to produce a “Fossil Free” Renewable and Near Net Zero Carbon Intensity Fuel.

Consumers and Governments worldwide are looking for solutions to reduce their carbon footprint.