Scandi Energy enters talks with multiple potential customers for concepts up to 300 MT/d and more.
The projects will signal the dawn of sustainable
mixed waste processing in Norway.
Third commercial contract signed for a 30 MT/d processing facility in Turkey.
Second commercial delivery successfully installed in Turkey for processing of poultry manure & plastics.
The first commercial Scandi Energy facility is successfully delivered in Egypt.
With MSW as feedstock, the plant will create energy as well as biochar for local desert fertilization.
Scandi Energy expands production facilities in Turkey to meet overwhelming market interest.
Scandi Energy finally commercializes technology after more than 10 years R&D.
First contract is signed with CEDARE for municipal solid waste treatment facility in Egypt.
Certificate of Excellence accreditation received from European Union (EU), Horizon 2020.
2018 - 2020
Testing and optimization continues on mixed and hazardous waste.
Successful processing of car fluff, MSW, RDF, paper mill waste, residual sludge from refineries, plastics, agricultural waste, and more. Waste includes types not handled by incinerations.
Live field testing begins, running 24/7 for three months on mixed waste (incl. hazardous).
Testing proved exceptionally output and operability, effectively dissolving a vast range of industrial waste while producing only clean syngas and biochar.
The current version of the Scandi Vacuum Gasifier (SVG) is prototyped, further enhancing efficiency.
Scandi Energy is formed
Two teams of distinguished Norwegian-British and Turkish scientists and engineers join forces. Each team has south of 10 years experience on researching the topic.
The first SVG prototype is developed.
The prototype finally succeeds in abolishing mixed waste by producing clean syngas and capturing carbon in the form of biochar - all the while immobilizing any hazardous element.
2010 - 2014
Trial and error.
Research begins out of California.
The lead scientist of the Turkish team begins research on waste gasification out of a university in California, USA.
Norwegian-British team sets sail for End of Waste.
On the back of multiple successful biogas projects across the Nordics and the developing world, the team is dazzled by the social and economic impact of their projects.
The team, with a successful track-record also from building technology companies in the oil & gas and defence industry - decides to set the aim higher:
End of all waste.
Research on gasification begins.