Transitioning to a low-carbon energy system

Transitioning to a low-carbon energy system

Carbon Recycling International (CRI) has pioneered the development of process technology to recycle CO2 into alcohols and liquid hydrocarbons. CRI operates the world’s first facility of its kind in Iceland which produces renewable methanol, a source of fuels and chemicals, from CO2 and H2 alone. This technology has the potential to replace hundreds of millions of tons of fossil fuel and reduce emissions of CO2 by billions of tons per year.