Our Mission Statement

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  • 3042 Rotterdam, Netherlands; Van Noortwijcksingel

Our Solution

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Cleantech – Biomass processing using forestry, agriculture and municipal waste streams

The SolutionArterran’s Advanced Fuel is made from biomass, a truly renewable carbon. Unlike conventional wood pellets or natural gas, the Arterran product can be co-fired in any existing coal boiler with only modest modifications to the current materials handling infrastructure prior to use. This allows for the world’s generators to incrementally lower GHG emissions by co-firing their coal with the Arterran pellets.

Providing a low-cost, energy equivalent renewable solid fuel as a drop-in replacement is the missing solution to the near-term transition of coal power stations from fossil to a 100% renewable fuel solution.

Solving the Distribution Dilemma

  • The Arterran product can be integrated into existing supply chain.
  • Stimulates creation of local industry and benefits downstream customers.
  • Multiple product manufacturing sites adjacent to forest resources and deep-water ports allow for efficient forest-to-steam boiler efficiencies with just-in-time supply similar to the coal mine-to-steam boiler model.
  • Same energy density transportation and logistics costs to coal.
  • Incrementally allows reduction in GHG emissions and reduced dependency on fossil fuels.
  • Environmentally sustainable.

A Proven Renewable Solid Fuel Market Today

More than 28,000,000 tonnes of wood pellets are shipped annually from 800+ pellet plants in 28 countries to replace coal.

Annual growth since 2005 has exceeded 15% annually. All independent industry experts expect this growth trend to continue.

Co-firing with a high energy dense, lower cost pellet fuel will permit utilities to retain existing generation capacity while transitioning them from fossil to renewable capacity over the next 5-10 years, while increasingly reducing greenhouse gas emissions and eliminating huge quantities of toxic coal emissions.