NewCO2Fuels ("NCF") is revolutionizing the commercial production of fuel/chemicals by recycling greenhouse gasses into valuable reusable products. The company has developed a technology that reduces carbon footprint by converting wasteful carbon dioxide (CO2) and water from large industrial plants into usable alternative fuels and chemicals. The NCF system uses renewable high temperature heat from excess heat of industrial plants to drive its process, hence creating a 100% self-sufficient and environmental friendly system.

NCF’s product provides a long standing incentives-free profitable solution. Energy intensive industries (steel, gasification, glass..) can transform their waste streams, CO2 and surplus heat into valuable fuel and chemicals using NCF’s system and enjoy an internal rate of return (IRR) of more than 40% on their investment*. Defined by the amount of surplus available heat, the market potential in the steel and gasification industries exceeds US$24Bn.
* Methanol as...
NewCO2Fuels ("NCF") is revolutionizing the commercial production of fuel/chemicals by recycling greenhouse gasses into valuable reusable products. The company has developed a technology that reduces carbon footprint by converting wasteful carbon dioxide (CO2) and water from large industrial plants into usable alternative fuels and chemicals. The NCF system uses renewable high temperature heat from excess heat of industrial plants to drive its process, hence creating a 100% self-sufficient and environmental friendly system.

NCF’s product provides a long standing incentives-free profitable solution. Energy intensive industries (steel, gasification, glass..) can transform their waste streams, CO2 and surplus heat into valuable fuel and chemicals using NCF’s system and enjoy an internal rate of return (IRR) of more than 40% on their investment*. Defined by the amount of surplus available heat, the market potential in the steel and gasification industries exceeds US$24Bn.
* Methanol as end product; selling price of 450$/ton methanol, leverage at 60% debt
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