Our cutting-edge thermolysis technology enables carbon capture through combined thermal recycling of plastic and organic waste, resulting in a cost-effective production of PyroBioCarbon™, along with other valuable renewable by-products for the process industry such as: hydrogen, syngas, bio-based oils and more.
Prime Minister Erna Solberg tours the HTTech test facility at Elkem Technology
Batteries for testing
Visit by the Norwegian Minister of Trade and Industry, Torbjørn Røe Isaksen to the testing facility of HTTech at Elkem Technology
Demonstration of gamechanging anodes for next generation sodium-ion batteries
HTTech recieves first price for Green Business Idea i Kristiansand
Our test reactor at Elkem Technology
Examples of PyroBioCarbon™ are demonstrated for Norwegian Minister of Trade and Industry Torbjørn Røe Isaksen and employees.
HTTech as a speaker during Energetics.
HTTech enters into a research collaboration agreement with IFE. Pictured are Simon and Muhammad Abelhamid, PhD in Applied Chemistry.
Testing facility at the University of Agder
Our innovative technology can be employed to assist the industry in contributing to a greener and more cost-effective future.
The groundbreaking thermolysis technology enables carbon capture through the recycling of plastic and organic waste, resulting in low-cost production of PyroBioCarbon™, along with other valuable renewable by-products for the process industry, including hydrogen, syngas, bio-based oil, i.e.
Waste from plastic and rubber can, in many cases, be recycled and utilized in the production of new products by undergoing a thermolysis process. The same applies to organic waste. Thermolysis is a process in which the material is heated without the introduction of oxygen, resulting in the formation of gas that condenses into oil.
Our SuperCyanHydrogen, not only greener than green but also more cost-effective than traditional green hydrogen, represents a highly sought-after revolution in the hydrogen market.
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