Resource Efficiency by Carbon Recycling


Carbon Recycling International (CRI) is the world leader in power to methanol technology. We produce renewable methanol from carbon dioxide, hydrogen, and electricity for energy storage, fuel applications, and efficiency enhancement. We are a technology provider to the power generation and industrial production industries. Our solutions are environmentally friendly and do not impact the food chain or land use.

The invention and innovation in our power to methanol technology, Emission to Liquid (TM), includes the direct synthesis of carbon dioxide to methanol; the application development of large scale water electrolyzers, purification of industrial flue gases; process design for zero emissions of CO2 in the production cycle; and factory based construction for fast and safe deployment. 

Methanol is a global commodity. It can be used as a transport fuel and as a chemical feedstock for many common building blocks for basic materials. It is vital to modern life.

CEO of CRI invited to debate key business recommendations during COP21 meetings in Paris

Carbon Recycling International has been invited to attend the Caring for Climate Business Forum at Paris – Le Bourget, during the UN Climate Change Conference (COP21), in Paris. The Forum is organized by UN Global Compact, UN Environment Programme (UNEP) and the secretariat of the UN Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).


Members of the US Senate Energy and Environment Commitees visit CRI

Lisa Murowski (R), Senior US Senator for the State of Alaska and Chairman of the US Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, with Senators John Barrasso (R) State of Wyoming, member of the Energy and Natural Resources Committee and Mike Rounds (R) State of South Dakota, member of the Committee on Environment and Public Works visited Carbon Recycling International's renewable methanol plant on Friday September 25. The Senators were accompanied by US Ambassador Robert C. Barber, spouses and members of staff.


Carbon Recycling International expands market reach because of new rules in Renewable Energy Directive

An amended version of the Renewable Energy Directive and Fuel Quality Directive has been issued by the European Union and will enter into force on October 5 2015. The amended directive creates new and stronger incentives for production and use of renewable methanol from non-biological sources and from carbon capture.


First renewable methanol fuel station in the world for electric cars

A fuel pump operated by Danish petrol company OK offering a 100% blend of CRI's renewable methanol (Vulcanol) was opened in Aalborg, Denmark on August 26th. The fuel pump will serve electric vehicles fitted with methanol fuel cell range extenders provided by Danish company Serenergy. The Vulcanol is provided by Carbon Recycling International from its pioneering Emissions-to-Liquids plant in Svartsengi, Iceland.


Ségolène Royal visits Carbon Recycling International

Ségolène Royal, French Minister for Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy today visited Carbon Recycling International's renewable methanol plant in Svartsengi, Grindavik, Iceland with Ragnheidur Elin Arnadottir, Minister for Industry and Commerce and several Icelandic and French officials.


Cofely Fabricom and CRI partner to build modular power-to-methanol solutions for chemical, power and steel industry

Carbon Recycling International (CRI), a pioneer in power-to-methanol technology based on carbon capture and utilization, and Cofely Fabricom (ENGIE Group) one of the leading multidiscipline engineering, project management and construction organisations in the UK, today announced a partnership to engineer and build solutions based on CRI's power-to-methanol technology which can be deployed widely, such as in chemical, power and steel industries.


Geely Group Invests in Iceland’s Carbon Recycling International in Further Step Forward for New Energy & Methanol Vehicle Efforts

Zhejiang Geely Holding Group (Geely Group) today announced plans to invest a total of US $45.5 million in Carbon Recycling International (CRI). The investment consists of an initial investment and additional purchases of CRI equity over a three-year period. Geely Group will become a major shareholder of CRI and will gain representation on the company's Board of Directors.


Carbon Recycling International and Perstorp sign offtake agreement for renewable methanol

Perstorp, Scandinavia's leading biodiesel producer and a world leader in the specialty chemicals market, has signed a long-term offtake agreement for supply of Vulcanol™, renewable methanol from Carbon Recycling International (CRI) in Iceland. Vulcanol™, made from CO2 and renewable energy is 100% fossil free and contributes to the low carbon footprint of Perstorp's Verdis Polaris™ Aura biodiesel product, which reduces emissions of CO2 by more than 60%, compared to fossil diesel.


Carbon Recycling International nominated for the Nordic Council Nature and Environment Prize 2015

Carbon Recycling International has been nominated for the Nordic Council Nature and Environment Prize 2015. The theme of this year's prize is reduction of greenhouse gas emissions in the Nordic Region.
CRI is one of eleven companies, organizations or individuals in the Nordic countries nominated for the prize this year. The winner will be announced and the prize will be awarded in Reykjavik during the Nordic Council Session on October 27 2015.