ARENSIS PRESS SITE

Meetings in Japan and South Korea
deliver agreements on bio-energy

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Technology to help developing countries unveiled at special event

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FAST COMPANY 2018

German startup Entrade takes a problem (trash) and turns it into useful power and heat. And it does it inside a relatively small space: a 40-foot shipping container that can be placed in all kinds of locations, including where electric grids aren’t yet found. The mini-power plants create dry wood pellets from locally-available sources then mix in pelletized trash. The system gasifies the mixture at high temperatures (without air) creating a “syngas” that’s then burned in an engine to create electricity.

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FOCUS GERMANY 2018- UTILITY GROWTH CHAMPION

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Arensis provides off-grid power to hurricane-stricken Puerto Rico

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Los Angeles group acquires Grangemouth pellet plant

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ENTRADE ON MASHABLE

ARENSIS CEO JULIEN UHLIG IN INTERVIEW WITH ALISA MURPHY

 ARENSIS OPERATION IN LIVERPOOL

 PROJECT OPENING IN HULL (ENGLAND)

 FUEL RESEARCH AT ENTRADE IN GRAZ (AUSTRIA)