Why is carbon (element C) management necessary?

Global commitments were made in Paris to slow global warming by 2 degrees Celsius. As a result, the amount of carbon in the atmosphere must be reduced and we all need to act quickly to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. However, in order to keep the economy growing, we cannot simply reduce production (which would cause recessions). We need to implement production management in such a way that we can capture (sequester) C (carbon at the earliest stage). Thanks to our engineers, this has become possible.

Solution: Negative emission technologies

The longer the world delays ambitious emissions reductions, the greater its carbon debt. Only negative emission technologies can help repay this debt.

How to turn a problem into an opportunity and profit?

Converting CO2-emitting bio-waste/biomass into biocarbon (biochar) via the proven and very cost-effective Negative Emission Technology (NET), from which 3 valuable products are obtained!, in annual volumes:

800 tonnes of biocarbon (value of approx. 1 760 000 pln assuming a minimum current price of 2 200 pln per tonne of biocarbon)

3 200 MWh of energy (currently approx. pln 1 152 000 000/quantity, which will provide heat/cold for approx. 120 homes)

2 000 tonnes of CO2 reduction certificates (748 000 pln assuming current price of 374 pln per certificate)

*with continuous processing operation of approx. 12 tonnes per day

Changing the way you deal with carbon

Developed for over three years, the G2-Next Gen reactor is the latest biochar production technology.

The G2 generator surpasses the previous series of G1 reactors in terms of energy efficiency, producing a high carbon, low impurity product.

​Our goal is to provide a carbon storage solution in the form of a carbon-negative renewable product that easily integrates into existing supply chains, as a substitute or a new intermediate. The point is that the products we know and rely on today, such as petroleum-based plastics, could be replaced by biochar in the near future.


Processing bio-residues to create a valuable carbon storage option and support the development of a circular bioeconomy.


Production of high-quality biochar using innovative, industry-leading technology


In research and development for over three years, G2-Next Gen promotes innovative features such as further elimination of heavy metals and impurities and greater flexibility in the variety of biomass type and quality for biochar production.

One G2-Next Gen reactor can process around 12 tons of biomass per day, producing 100 kg of biochar and sequestering 250 kg of CO2 per hour of operation.

The process of creating biochar

Biochar is an organic, carbon-rich product produced by roasting biomass at high temperature in the absence of oxygen.

The carbon content of G2-Next Gen biochar exceeds 80% with a typical BET surface area of 150 m2/g.

Biochar is a unique method of carbon sequestration, in which the biochar production process accelerates the decomposition of biomass into carbon. It prevents carbon dioxide from entering the atmosphere as it would be slowly released by decaying plant life. Our concept is to sequester carbon before it enters the atmosphere, as opposed to the technology of capturing CO2 from the air.

Known as a carbon-negative product, biochar is an exciting material that can have a profound and positive impact on reducing carbon emissions through carbon sequestration. Increasing the health of our soil, food production and material technology.

Turn waste into profit


Feedstocks can include a variety of carbonaceous materials such as woody biomass, agricultural residues, pulp sludge and municipal solid waste.

G2-Next Gen technology directly addresses how we use our bio-residues. With changing energy landscapes and increasing demand for production, the bio-waste market is growing.

G2-Next Gen diverts “waste” materials from landfills and fuel markets to create a high-value carbon sequestration alternative.


A new production method for a new era of applications.

Biochar opens the door to innovative and sustainable production. As a substitute for charcoal and charcoal, biochar can integrate with new and existing technologies. Widely used in agriculture, new research and development prove limitless application possibilities. Some of the readily available non-agricultural biochar applications include filtration, construction materials, textiles, cosmetics, graphene production, and carbon black substitutes.

Reactor G2-Next Gen

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