COMPARISON OF DIFFERENT SOLUTIONS
Well to wheel is an important step in comparing the efficiency of different solutions for greenhouse gas emissions. These greenhouse
gas emissions are crucial to limit because they cause dramatic climate changes! The term “well to wheel” is used to indicate that CO2 emissions are not only released during the combustion process in the vehicle. This is only a small part of the total amount of CO2 that this fuel produces!
According to this method, all CO2 released during production, transport, storage and combustion is allocatedto that fuel.
By providing insight into the entire chain from the source, you get a transparent picture of the CO2 released during the entire process.
ORGANIC WASTE PRODUCT FROM AGRICULTURE
By using plant residues, methane emissions are prevented and fertilizers from the biogas are
returned to the field.
ORGANIC WASTE FOOD INDUSTRY
Organic waste from the food industry is re-used
in an ecologically/economically responsible manner.
The biogas is separated into pure methane and
pure CO2 (re-used as fertilizer or dry ice).
Bio-LNG with a higher energy density than diesel
saves 80% greenhouse gas (GHG).
LIQUID BIOGAS, LBG / LBM
LBG or LBM is a liquefied biogas consisting
exclusively of methane. It is a 100% biofuel.
PARIS CLIMATE AGREEMENT
Converting organic waste into biogas is of great importance for the realization of the energy objectives of the Paris climate agreement.
If climate change continues at this rate, it will threaten the liveability of our planet. That is why it is important to do everything possible to prevent this. In the Paris climate agreement it was agreed that we must combat global warming. Global warming must be limited to 1.5 degrees Celsius. To achieve these goals, drastic measures are needed today!