The IH² technology is a catalytic thermochemical process that has been estimated to provide a very cost-effective route.
The IH² technology* is a continuous catalytic thermochemical process that has been estimated to provide a very cost-effective route to produce fungible liquid hydrocarbon transportation fuels from renewable resources. The IH² process converts a broad range of residues — such as those from forestry, agricultural, aquacultural and cellulosic fractions of municipal waste — to gasoline, jet fuel and diesel-range hydrocarbon fuels and/or blend stocks.
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CRI Catalyst has a number of Strategic Alliances supporting the Upstream & Renewables segment and IH² technology.
The IH² Demonstration Facility includes the key process units of the IH² technology and operates at 5 metric tonne per day converting forestry, agricultural and mixed urban waste into fungible hydrocarbon transportation fuels (gasoline, jet and diesel).
CRI has developed dedicated catalyst formulations for the hydropyrolysis and hydroconversion reactors in IH² technology.
CRI and GTI have optimized the IH² process to maximize the production of transportation fuels from waste.
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*IH² is a trademark of Gas Technology Institute
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