A key aspect to our technology’s success is the ability to efficiently recycle both mass and heat flows.
Our patented technology was invented by a group of world leading chemical engineers who also make up the Renovare Fuels technical team.
Using the facilities of the University of South Florida the technology was developed in conjunction with NASA and the US Department of Energy, with a joint investment of over $10M USD over an 8-year period.
Renovare fuel’s process chart
A key aspect to our technology’s success is the ability to efficiently recycle both mass and heatflows. By balancing exothermic reactions with endothermic ones, we have been able to greatly reduce our operating costs. This has enabled us to operate at scales which formerly were not technically feasible in gas to liquids technology. Some of the high operational cost encountered by small scale AD facilities is due to the consumption of large amounts of water that can deplete local watersheds. Our technology produces its own water supply and can thereby operate without a water utility connection. By recycling our waste heat streams, we have been able to produce a surplus of energy that is sufficient to power all auxiliary electrical equipment whilst still producing a surplus of power to sell back to the electrical grid.