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HTTECH considers the fundamentals of technologies of volumetric pyrocarbon stuffing of porous material, which we have developed. These technologies provide for production of new type carbonaceous materials with properties satisfying industrial requirements. Along with that, these technologies can be used for hydrogen power engineering. The products of the developed process are solid carbonaceous material and combustible gas with hydrogen content up to 96%. The complex usage of those products: solid carbon for industrial applications and the gases - for power engineering, will reduce the environmental impact. Using these technologies one can avoid the carbon dioxide sequestration problems.
For the process industry that uses carbon as a reduction agent, stricter carbon emission requirements are a vital commercial and technological challenge. The primary challenge for the production plant owner is the trade-off between incremental short-term solutions, such as measures for more efficient production on existing production technology, and radical long-term solutions such as implementing new production technology. HTTECHs production process and PBC has the flexibility that makes the trade-off for the owner of the production plant irrelevant. Furthermore, PBC outperforms competitive solutions on crucial parameters such as performance, quality, cost and environmental impacts. Firstly, PBCs quality and performance features as a reduction agent such as bulk weight, density, particle size, reactivity, gradients, make it equivalent to coke and coal. Secondly, based on the low purchase cost of the inputs and the efficient production process the price of PBC is lower than comparable solutions. Thirdly, the carbon emissions from the production and use of PBC is 50 percent lower than traditional coke.
PBC consists of up to 100% organic wase. According to the latest UN report, the climate impact of methane gas is 84 times stronger than CO2. The two significant methane emission sectors, which account for 60% of methane emissions in the atmosphere, are agriculture and organic waste. The main pain points for the agriculture, waste, and garbage disposal sectors are to get rid of the organic waste. Organic waste is, with the stricter emissions requirements and small opportunities for commercial exploitation, a liability for the businesses. As an input in production processes, organic waste is commercially attractive because of low acquiring costs and abundant resource.