We currently provide two off-the-shelf solutions:
Agri-waste to BioFuel
MASH Energy specialises in converting various agricultural residues into cheap, sustainable ISO compliant fuel products, which can be consumed in industrial applications, e.g. in the shipping industry. The fuel products are developed in close collaboration with off-takers in various industries. R&D efforts are currently underway to go beyond “industrial” fuels and toward fuels that can be used in the general transportation.
Waste to Electricity
Our unique, modular gasifier solution allows conversion of a range of different waste fractions into sustainable electricity and fertilisers with a negative carbon footprint. The solution is based on decades of research and it has been tested with a wealth of different feedstocks. Performance has been shown to far exceed that of other commercial gasification solutions in terms of efficiency, flexibility and – importantly – price.
MASH Energy’s approach to extracting value from unused resources is based on a unique combination of theoretical analysis and practical, on-the-ground validation. The latter entails having specialists and test facilities available on the ground in our market of interest and directly investigating the practical and economical details of crucial dimensions such as supply chain logistics, feedstock prices when bought on-site, transportation costs and cost of energy in area of interest.
For each of the below sub-processes, we employ a mix of these onsite, practical investigations as well as extensive analytical tools from state-of-the-art research.
Whenever we successfully investigate and implement a process/feedstock combination, we add this to our portfolio of feedstock- and technology capabilities. This allows us to constantly grow our knowledge and to keep improving the quality and success rate of the services we provide to our customers.
The MASH Energy portfolio
MASH Energy is a spin-out from the Technical University of Denmark.
We possess a deep understanding of the practical and economic implications of extracting value from feedstocks of many types.
Our experience comes from practical development and operations of many different process plants using a wealth of different feedstocks such as woody biomass, waste plastics, municipal solid waste and used car tyres. We have perfected the process of quickly and precisely establishing whether a given feedstock is viable and how to process it. Our activities have mainly focused on developing our solutions in India as we have found that the country has a host of competent suppliers willing to produce machines at extremely attractive prices. This benefits us and our customers.