ReMooable: Sustainable fuel from animal biogas

Providing dairy farms with a sustainable way to reduce dangerous emissions and make money through fuel production

The Problem

According to the United Nations, animal agriculture generates 18 percent of greenhouse gas emissions and 37 percent of methane gas emissions. Methane, a byproduct of animal flatulence and waste, is more than 23 times as powerful as carbon dioxide at trapping heat in our atmosphere. The natural process of fermenting manure produces gas that is about 65% methane and 35% carbon dioxide.

The Solution

Remooable Fuels harvests and cleans agricultural waste through a hybrid process of high-pressure compression and absorption. Through this process, Remooable Fuels transforms livestock’s natural biogas into a renewable, transportation fuel. If successful, Remooable Fuel technology will revolutionize the animal farming industry by making it more sustainable and by creating a market for biogas.

Stage of Development

  • Early Stage
  • Established Prototype
  • Scaling
  • Other

Organization to Receive Funds

Remooable Fuels

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