The industrial scale production of ultra-low carbon intensity renewable methanol is already underway in Iceland, Netherlands, and Canada. For example, in Iceland, Carbon Recycling International is capturing and reacting CO2 from geothermal power generation with renewable hydrogen produced via electrolysis into renewable methanol. In the Netherlands, BioMCN converts biogas into advanced second generation bio-methanol. In Canada, bio-methanol is being produced from municipal solid waste feedstocks by Enerkem. Renewable methanol is fully miscible with conventional methanol and offers a highly scalable renewable liquid fuel and chemical pathway.

Find valuable renewable methanol resources and presentations from various conferences below!

Methanol Institute Comments on EU RED II Trilogue Negotiations
Eelco Dekker

Methanol Institute, EU Chief Representative

Shifting the paradigm: Synthetic liquid fuels offer vehicle for monetizing wind
and solar energy.
MAXIM LYUBOVSKY

ORISE Fellow at Fuel Cell Technologies Office, US Department of Energy

Liquid Sunshine: Efficient, Economic, Environmental (3E) Energy Systems for Sustainable Development
2017 Washington Methanol Policy Forum
SIMON ZHANG

CEO; NW Innovation Works LLC

Waste to Methanol: A Commerciality with Enerkem
MARIE-HELENE LABRIE

Senior VP, Government Affairs and Communications; Enerkem

Power to Methanol in German and European Context
CHRISTIAN SCHWEITZER

bse Engineering Leipzig GmbH

Biomass-to-Methanol
BO GLEERUP

CEO and Co-Founder, Nordic Green

CO2 Potential in the Methanol Business
HANS VANDER VELPEN

Senior Sustainability Specialist; SABIC

Renewable Methanol