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Development of Clean Emissionfree Energy Systems
In 1999 a Swiss engineer had the idea to develop modularized standardized power, energy and utility plants with the main objective being short lead-time from project to operation. Following years of development an emissionfree energy system was developed by a combined operation of wellknown proven processes.

Apart from the obvious of being emissionfree, our energy systems and plants have lots of other advantages such as no need for external power or water supplies, recycles all contamination, not being affected by the ambient and modularized units which can be located anywhere worldwide where suitable feedstock is available.

BNL Clean Energy is a privately held Swiss group of comapnies leading the development of state-of-art emissionfree energy systems and plants for biomass, coal, fossil fuels and waste. Our emissionfree plants are manufactured in Switzerland, Germany and USA to the highest international standards with guaranteed performance.

Our modularized stanadrized manufacturing procedures allow for excellent quality control, short delivery times, reduced investment costs and pre-delivery testing of entire plants. BNL Clean Energy group has required technical and engineering competence inhouse and its own state-of-art process control system (SCAPA) for continous controlled performance of our plants during their entire lifetime.

Technical Development
Below the development of some of the commercialized technical process used in our emissionfree energy system and clean energy plants are briefly described. By combining these well proven processes in our patented closed-loop system we have solved one of the biggest technical challenges for climate-neutral 21st century energy and power generation.
1850 - 1880
Boudouard's equilibrium is defined, which we use to remove CO2 during the gasification process.
The technology for city gas production becomes viable. We use this technology in a modified modernized version to produce syngas instead of fluegas and emissions.
1930 - 1940
Fischer and Tropsch invent a catalytic conversion process for turning CO and H2 into liquid hydrocarbons. We use this process to convert syngas into liquid hydrocarbons instead of producing fluegas and emissions.
1970 - 1980
Fischer Tropsch reactors with slurry-based, suspended and circulation catalysts being developed. We use similar types of reactors to avoid catalyst poisoning and for separating contamination and particulate matter from the clean emissionfree energy process.