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Renewable Methanol Is The Catalyst To Reduce Emissions

and unlock billions of dollars in clean energy applications.

Our Renewable Methanol can decarbonize the world’s most polluting industries.

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Marine Transportation

Large marine companies are transitioning to Green Methanol engines to meet IMO 2050 environmental mandates.

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Methanol is being converted to Olefins in facilities around the world for plastics and other petrochemical production.

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Synthetic Fuels

Methanol is being developed with Natural Gas to produce Low Carbon Synthetic Fuels. Our Renewable Methanol could produce Carbon Neutral Jet Fuel, Gasoline, or Diesel.

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The Methanol market is expected to grow by 5x in the next 30 years, driven by Renewable Methanol.

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Your Pathway to Carbon Neutral

Kaizen Clean Energy’s facility will combine renewable electricity, water, and carbon capture to produce Renewable Methanol and do everything oil and gas can do, but cleaner.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Here are just a few questions we are regularly asked when speaking with new clients. Let us know what questions you have. We’re ready to get you the answers you need.

Are Diesel and gasoline being phased out?

Yes, albeit very slowly. California along with multiple countries have set dates to phase out new sales of internal combustion engine passenger cars. Recently, General Motors (GM) announced they would phase out gas & diesel engines by 2035 to support a goal of becoming carbon neutral by 2040.

Are Battery Electric Vehicles (i.e., Tesla) the solution for all types of vehicles?

No, BEVs lead the market in small vehicle applications. However, in large vehicles, they need to be coupled with an alternative fuel to increase onboard battery power generation.

How is methanol produced?

In most countries, Methanol is produced from natural gas and coal. Renewable methanol can be produced as a biofuel (bio-feedstock) and renewable methanol (green hydrogen & CO2). Unlike biodiesel, bio-methanol and; renewable methanol can be a 100% replacement of standard methanol.

What fuels are used for range extenders for Battery Electric Vehicles?

Current renewable energy trends suggest hydrogen and methanol could be applied as range extenders via fuel cells. Ammonia has some restrictions in public space applications but could see better use in maritime and power generation.

What industries use methanol?

Methanol acts as an alternative to oil and can produce many downstream products, including plastics, building materials, synthetic fuels, etc.

Methanol has been a potential fuel of the future because it is liquid, beneficial material handling, and safety qualities vs. other options.

How is Renewable Methanol produced?

Renewable methanol combines Carbon Negative CO2 and Green hydrogen. When CO2 is released on the back end, the process is considered carbon neutral (-1+1=0). If the CO2 is captured and recycled on the back end, it could be considered carbon negative.