The emissionfree energy system is a closed-loop pressurised system.
In the first stage the feedstock is thermally decomposed by heating (pyrolysis), followed by a gasification
of solids with oxygen. The pyrolysis gas is mixed with the gasification gas and steam forming an energy- and
hydrogen-rich synthetis gas (syngas) without CO2. The syngas is converted to liquid and/or gaseous
hydrocarbons in a catalytic reactor, typically a Fischer-Tropsch reactor.
The resulting products are hydrocarbons typically gasoline, diesel or kerosene depending on customer
requirements. Since the entire process is closed and pressurised it produces no emissions at all (zero emissions).