Successful demonstration of conversion of wind power to methanol
BSE and the Institute for Renewable Energy Systems at Stralsund University of Applied Sciences (IRES) were able to convert wind power into renewable methanol (bio methanol) for the first time. Operation of this technology under dynamic conditions will be confirmed during a long-term test over one year.
BSE has been awarded with FlexMethanol as Engineering Specialist
BSE won the Berlin & East Germany Prestige Award ( www.prestigeawards.co.uk) in the category Energineering Specialist of the Year 2020. FlexMethanol is the result of the successful development of a production process for methanol from carbon dioxide and hydrogen in flexible operation since 2014.
KWK 4.0 - Local combined heat and power plants in the changing energy system
The joint project aims to make efficient use of the increasing share of renewable energies in the power supply for volatile sources such as solar and wind energy. The aim is to expand the business models for CHP plants and to create regional, cellular supply networks.
Project Methanol Production and Seminar Carbon Capture and Utilization
BSE present at the IRRC Waste-to-Energy ( www.vivis.de) (Vienna) the most important get-together for thermal waste treatment plants, CO2-to-Methanol and organizes a CCU seminar.
Workshop Small-Scale Methanol Plants
BSE holds Training Workshop Small Scale Methanol Plants at the 37th World Methanol Conference ( www.ihsmarkit.com) (Berlin).
In cooperation with IHS MARKIT and leading industrial suppliers we will provide advanced information about technical feasibility of methanol production plants in this technical workshop. Methanol is the basic chemical with the best added value potential for operators of power plants.
Flexibility Options of Thermal Waste Treatment Plants due to grid-dependent CO2-Utilization
New paths of added value for operators of thermal waste treatment plants by utilization of CO2. BSE has developed a holistic solution together with specialized partners to increase the carbon recycling quota, thereby creating synergies for long term site security.
C³ Mobility - Climate Neutral Fuels for Future Transport
The joint project wants to develop and demonstrate new ways into the CO2-neutral mobility of the future. It refers to the funding announcement "Energy transition in transport: sector coupling through the use of power-based fuels" of the German Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Technology from spring 2017. To this end, a comprehensive consortium of 28 partners has been formed from all areas covered in the announcement in order to adequately address the issues described in their entirety to edit. BSE supports the project through an associated partnership.
ITAD General Assembly
At the General Assembly of the Association of Thermal Waste Treatment Plants (ITAD) in Frankfurt a.M., the future of waste incineration plants was discussed. The conclusion about the speech by Prof. Dr.-Ing. Faulstich (INZIN Institute) summarizes the trade magazine EUWID ( www.euwid-recycling.de) in its issue 24/2018 as follows.
„Waste incineration plants could deposit the carbon dioxide produced during thermal waste treatment and use it for the production of hydrogen, methane or methanol. These energy carriers are not only storable, but could also be used to produce fuels.“
© EUWID, 24/2018
VIK Annual Conference
BSE presents at the VIK Annual Conference ( www.vik.de) (Berlin).
Further Information will be provided by the press release of the Verband der Industriellen Energie- und Kraftwirtschaft (VIK).
Exclusive Partnership with BASF
BSE and BASF ( www.basf.com) sign exclusive development agreement.
Together we will make the conversion of surplus electricity and carbon dioxide to methanol more cost-efficient. BASF will supply us with industry-tailored catalyst, which works ideal under fluctuating process conditions.