The CCR produces, as a by product, a substantial amount of synthetic fuels, with the properties of having only traces of sulphur and a high octane content. The vast majority is recycled into the feedstock of the reactor to generate more gases.
However, a substantial amount could be utilised to power a new type of hybrid vehicle. To that effect we are joining forces with a dynamic and talented company which intends to build electrical vehicles from the ground up.
Our contribution is to provide them with fuel analysis and technical expertise in designing an extender power unit capable of increasing the range of the vehicles by over 250 miles / 400 kilometres per reservoir.
Electrical cars have a limitation of range due to the battery energy limitation. The extender power unit is a good compromise until batteries are able to generate far more energy. Such endeavour is part of our overall commitment to reducing carbon emissions from all their sources.