In the research there are already advanced studies to gain methane alcohol from wood gas that can be used as industrial alcohol, but also as a vehicle fuel. So the medium may is also feasible in future to be used by further processing into a new fuel as a substitute for gasoline or natural gas, or even as base for further bio-plastic products. The resulting carbon in the process can be used in agriculture as a soil additive due to its large specific surface area which can increase the storage capacity for nutrient and water.
We make every effort to develop the process and optimize the efficiency, while we do not restrict ourselves to the conversion process itself, but also on what takes place before and after the actual energy conversion, we keep an eye on the holistic cycle.