carbonXchange

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carbonXchange
platform


Invest in CO2 through
digital interface.

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should be accessible to everyone’s
convenience, meaningful and profitable.

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Carbon Calculator

This online calculator can be used to estimate most annual feedstock that can produce gas by GRE-DFB. This is available product such as Hydrogen, Electricity, Syngas. This calculator is not designed to replace a comprehensive Carbon Footprint Analysis but to give the user a good indication of production of The Dual Fluidized Bed (DFB) gasifier.

Feedstock Gathering Places

Ton of


Carbon Feedstock,
Biomass,MSW

Ton of


Carbon
Dioxide

producergas*


900


m3 (Cubic metre)

Thermal

1.5 MW

Electricity

1.0 MW

FT Fuel

200 Liters

SN Gas

300

m3

Hydrogen

70 kg

* The numbers are estimations, based on average values. They may vary with the quality of feedstock.

This is Carbon dioxide.

Carbon dioxide is one of the most significant elements and greenhouse gas found in the Earth’s atmosphere.

CO2 emissions from industrial activities and modern day logistics have caused the rise of temperature in the most parts of the globe (around 1°C with total 43 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions).

Most of the carbon dioxide emissions caused by human, primarily come from burning fossil fuels such as coal, gas liquids, natural gas, and petroleum for energy usage.

We want to capture and store the carbon emission
from the air in order to slow down the global
average temperature.

By doing this, would significantly
reduce the risks and impact of climate change according
to the Paris Agreement 2015 — United Nations

Forests

The most sophisticated tool for carbon capturing and storage that had evolved on our planet about 700 million years ago.

All C4 plants thrive on sunlight as the source of energy through the process called Photosynthesis. This process captures carbon dioxide (CO2) from the air and water from the ground, converts the carbon (C) from the capture carbon dioxide into starch and fiber, then releases the remaining oxygen (O2) into the air.

With all hands, we can safeguard the existing forests and support the reforestation which is a major factor for climate protect.

CO2 formula

The carbon journey continues...
We can recycle all carbon in fiber into energy.

With the Dual Fluidized Bed gasification technology from Technology University of Vienna.

We trim the C4 trees as carbon feedstock cultivation for gasification process, in which, organic materials are converted into synthetic gas by placing under high temperatures. The result is a product gas that can form into many energy product.

Feedstock

The fundamental natural supplies which can be found throughout the planet, especially in agricultural areas.

 These supplies are not only high quality material for gasification process but are also source of income of the local in the area where our power plants are located.

Gasification

The GRE-DFB system consists of two separate but connected reactor with the bubbling bed, fluidized with stream injected into the bottom of the reactor from a separate steam generator, and a combustion reactor with the fast circulating bed material fluidized with air.
Olivine sand, the “bed material” circulates a chemical loop that thermally connects the two reactors. The exchange of gas is prevented by bed material siphon.

Products

The energy products from gasification process are not only renewable but only eco-friendly. Value of the products are varirous yet stable in energy market. Certified to have efficient quality for household usage to vihecle engines.

The mentioned products are as followed:
- Electricity based load/peak power
- Cold Storage
- Hydrogen
- Atmospheric Water
- Liquid Fuel
- Synthetic Natural Gas

Feedstock

Feedstock i

Feedstock

The fundamental natural supplies which can be found throughout the planet, especially in agricultural areas.

 These supplies are not only high quality material for gasification process but are also source of income of the local in the area where our power plants are located.

Gasification

Gasification i

Gasification

The GRE-DFB system consists of two
separate but connected reactor with the
bubbling bed, fluidized with stream
injected into the bottom of the reactor
from a separate steam generator, and a
combustion reactor with the fast
circulating bed material fluidized with air.
Olivine sand, the “bed material” circulates
a chemical loop that thermally connects
the two reactors. The exchange of gas is
prevented by bed material siphon.

Products

Products i

Products

The energy products from gasification process are not only renewable but only eco-friendly. Value of the products are varirous yet stable in energy market. Certified to have efficient quality for household usage to vihecle engines.
The mentioned products are as followed:
- Electricity based load/peak power
- Cold Storage
- Hydrogen
- Atmospheric Water
- Liquid Fuel
- Synthetic Natural Gas

Carbon we breathe out, absorbed by trees,
gasified into energy products.
We turn emissions into asset.

A sustainable process can be co-created by anyone who would like to participate
& contribute on carbonXchange. A value creation process is created by your funding
with the aim to the sustainable path of carbon management. Together we can co-create
sustainability and prosperity from our daily emission.

01

Participate

  1. Register to get your account
  2. Receive an account number
  3. Start from €10 which is equal to a tonne of CO2 for carbon recycling
Register now

02

Cultivate

CarbonRecyclingTM process will take 1,095 days
(~ 3 years) + 90 days
to payout.

In the mean time, you may contribute by purchasing more certificates.

03

Exchange

The “carbon stock” is available for exchange and sponsoring. The prices may vary based on the carbon certificate demand/supply on platform and in the market.

04

Next Cycle

Another CarbonRecyclingTM is available for additional acquisition.

GRE corporate social
responsibility (CSR).

With supporting the local community to be sustainable by creating jobs and using the local resources. It will reduce the influx of migrants to the city which causes population hyper-growth. We want to empower people to create prosperity and remain living in the local smart communities.

Business Developers

Michael J Dichand
Michael Dichand

Chairman
GRE-International

About :
  • On the Family farm Czardahof from 1986 to 1993, specializing in the sustainable grain cultivation and processing for the organic production of bread, cereals and pasta. Creating an organic food brand "Sonnland", which is today "JA natürlich".
  • Member of the the world wide first biodiesel cooperative in Asperhofen, (Lower) Austria.
  • In Havana, Cuba. From 1994 to 1997, introducing organic farming and artisan food, fabric and renewable resources production.
  • In 2006 founding of Güssing Renewable Energy Group. From 2007 funding (with family assets) the development of the commercial scaling of the GRE DFB Gasification Technology as well as the introductory development of the CarbonRecycling® concept for a carbon positive infrastructure.
Spoken languages :
Native in German
Fluent in English, French, Spanish
Education :
  • 12 Years of primary and higher education at Gymnasium (2.BRGXIX) in Vienna. Baccalaureate in 1981.
  • University of Vienna and Salzburg, from 1982 to 1987.
  • Practice in the Mediabusiness, With Kronenzeitung and RTL. Until to date correspondent to the editor of Kronenzeitung.
Michael Messner
Michael Messner

CEO & Managing Partner
GRE-Thailand

Product Developers

Topper Wonghart
Threerawat Wonghart

Topper
carbonXchange

About :
Current role as the product designer. Threerawat has been working with Güssing Renewable Energy Thailand since 2012. Creating the pitch deck for internal and external company relationship. Taking care of Chaiyaphum Biorefinery project and software development for the CarbonXChange.
Spoken languages :
Native in Thai
Fluent in English
Education :
  • King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT)
    BS - Applied Computer Science Multimedia
  • Academy of Art University, San Francisco
    MA - Web Design and New Media
Skills :
  • Web development with HTML, CSS and Bootstrap
  • iOS App development
  • Web app development with Javascript, MySQL and Firebase
  • 2D visuals with Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator
  • 3D and 2D Motion graphic with Adobe After Effects
  • Physical prototyping by 3D printing with Autodesk Fusion 360 and Wanhao i3 Duplicator
  • IDEO U : Leading for Creativity
    Cert:2260-1359865
Thanakorn Intajak
Thanakorn Intajak

Product Developer
carbonXchange

Spoken languages :
Native in Thai
Fluent in English
Skills :
  • Web development with HTML, CSS and Bootstrap
  • Web app development with PHP, Javascript, MySQL and Wordpress
  • Google Analytics and Third-party Web Tracking
  • Creative 2D visuals with Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator
  • 3D and 2D Motion design with Adobe After Effects

Frequently asked
Questions

A digital tool for smart farmer and community to trade-in biomass, as known as, Wood waste, cassava root, etc. into gift-cards or coupons. The biomass will be the input for local Biorefinery to generate electricity for the grid. A whole community can reduce the amount of carbon footprint from burning biomass and create a low carbon lifestyle with encouragement.

We want to capture the carbon emission from the air to decrease the global average temperature. The most efficient tool for capturing carbon is the tree, which later on can produce biomass fuel from gardening or agriculture production. Then, mixed biomass will use for power and heat generation instead of fossil fuel. The result is low carbon footprint electricity for the local community and reducing some amount of CO2 from the earth’s atmosphere.

We have started partnering with the community biorefinery in Nongbua, Nakhon Sawan, Thailand, which has capacitive 1.2 MW of electricity and will expand to 5MW in the future. The feasibility of the service area will be 40 kilometers around the biorefinery for gathering and transporting. For the CXC website, we still in the period of close beta testing.

The Biomass collectives program has a unique selling proposition for the local feedstock (Low-value carbon) market by focusing on varieties of agriculture waste. The profit develops from the conversion of gasified feedstock into energy (High-value carbon) and power purchases by the local grid. Additionally, we have the numbers to benchmark the position of marketing strategy, which will make the business model viability for the long-term.

  1. Collecting and Recycling agriculture biomass will reduce 70,725 ton of CO2 every year for one unit of 5 MW electricity plant.
  2. Creating jobs and using the local waste as resources. We want to empower people to create prosperity and remain living in their local smart communities. Enabling everyone to participate and get a benefit from growing trees and recycling local biomass into energy.
  3. Raising awareness and encourage the renewable energy technology to become high demand and lower the cost efficient.

  1. The local who wants to exchange their feedstock for credit.
  2. The global participant who want to purchase the carbon certificate. For offsetting their emission.


Both can join by the organization or individual.