About Us

Collectively, CAC-H2 brings more than 3 decades of experience in the biomass to energy, agricultural & regenerative farming, bioremediation, biofuel & bioplastics development, & biocarbon production.

The Group’s experience includes projects around large-scale agriculture cultivation & processing in Australia, China, & the USA, as well as the successful installation of more gasification plants in Southeast Asia than any other company.

CAC-H2’s Energy team are Renewable Fuel technology integration professionals, Gasification system experts, with extensive EPC contracting experience, as well leaders in sustainable projects.

Our agricultural team are experts in carbon smart farming, bringing together integrated management practices with a focus on building soil health whilst maximizing environ-mental benefits. Our ‘plant to energy’ processes converts high amounts of atmospheric CO2 to waste through bio-sequestration, and biomass for bioenergy production.

The company’s expertise is to provide customized solutions for energy recovery and carbon capture from agricultural residues to produce clean and renewable energy that is sustainable.

Our ‘plant to energy’ circular processes converts high amounts of atmospheric CO2 to waste through bio-sequestration, and biomass for bioenergy production.

Sustainable Biomass
Green Hydrogen

& Ammonia Production

Timber / Biomass to Green Hydrogen & Ammonia

Project Highlights:Bio-Hydrogen
• 100% biomass sourced - no fossil fuel
• 99.999% purity

High Efficiency:
• 1,000 tonnes/month of green biomass per line
• 75 tonnes/month of Green Hydrogen
• 450 tonnes / month of Green Ammonia
• 70 tonnes/ month of Biocarbon/Biochar
• 15 tonnes / month of Biofuel
• 50 tonnes/ month of Wood Vinegar
• Green N2 / Co2 separation/capture (optional)

Project Detail• Feed: Green Biomass / Wood Waste / Agricultural Waste / Organic waste
• Gasifier System: Downdraft Biomass Gasifier
• Hydrogen Separation System: Membrane and PSA

Project Site 1:

NSW Hunter Region

Hunter hydrogen hub to drive jobs, investment, and a net zero future.

The Hunter is set to become the home of one of the State’s first green hydrogen hubs with the NSW Government committing at least $70 million to their development.

Hydrogen Hubs will provide groups of hydrogen users common infrastructure for the local production, use and distribution of hydrogen. They will reduce costs by delivering hydrogen in a coordinated fashion.

Developing green hydrogen hubs aligns with the NSW Renewable Energy Zones (REZs) under the Electricity Infrastructure Roadmap, ensuring they become thriving business precincts.

In March 2020, NSW announced a 10-year plan to reach net-zero emissions by 2050. Under the proposed plan, the NSW Government will establish a Hydrogen Program that will help the scale‑up of hydrogen as an energy source and feedstock. Included in the plan is a target of blending up to 10% hydrogen into the existing gas network by 2030,  and the transition to 100% hydrogen in the longer term.

The Net Zero Plan Stage 1: 2020-2030 is the foundation for NSW’s action on climate change and goal to reach net zero emissions by 2050. It confirms the NSW Government’s commitment to grow the economy, create jobs and reduce emissions over the next decade.

Project Production:• H2 production - 800,673 Kg/yr
• Biocarbon – 70,000 Kg/month
• Bio Fuel Production : 15,960 Lit/month
• Wood Vinegar production : 51,840 Lit/month
• Estimate carbon credits generated - 21,000 Tonnes

Project Site 2:

QLD Bundaberg

Green Hydrogen / Ammonia Production Hub

The Queensland Government has committed $145 million to support the development of new renewable generation projects in Renewable 
Energy Zones.

Bundaberg is well placed for renewable Hydrogen & Ammonia production with significant renewable energy resources and available land to support further renewables expansion. The Queensland Government is developing and expanding the production of hydrogen as part of Queensland’s plan for economic recovery. Hydrogen production will:

Hydrogen production will:

• play a critical role in helping Qld reach their 50% renewable energy target by 2030
• create new jobs
• open a new export market for the state
• entice foreign investment

Estimated Project Production• Ammonia production – 27,000 Tonnes/yr
• Hydrogen production - 4,500 Tonnes/yr
• Biocarbon / Biochar – 2,500 Tonnes / yr
• Biofuel Production : 80,000 Lit/month
• Wood Vinegar production : 250,000 Lit/month

Project Site 3:

VIC Port Anthony

Green Hydrogen / Ammonia Renewable Energy Hub

Victoria positions itself to become a global hydrogen leader

The Plan is aligned with Australia’s other initiatives in supporting hydrogen production in Victoria, including the National Hydrogen Strategy and the overarching goal of net zero emissions by 2050.

The Plan sets out a “principles-based” approach with three main focus areas of creating a foundation for hydrogen development, connecting and stimulating the economy with hydrogen opportunities, and leading the way globally for the promising new industry. The Victorian Government has outlined overarching goals in establishing a hydrogen industry, including:

• creating long-term jobs through new careers and skills;
• exporting renewable energy;
• driving innovation; and
• reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

Export-ready Victoria
Victoria has an opportunity to become a significant exporter of hydrogen.
The National Hydrogen Strategy is looking to position Australia as one of the top three exporters ofhydrogen to Asian markets and Victorian-made hydrogen has potential to significantly contribute tothis goal. Victoria’s world class resources are ideally located close to potential renewable hydrogenexport hubs.

Enabling the export of our renewable energy through hydrogen will further stimulate investment inrenewable energy by enabling renewable energy operators to also trade in the gas and internationalenergy markets – not just domestic electricity. This may also address capacity issues.

Estimated Project Production• Ammonia production – 75,000 Tonnes/yr
• Hydrogen production - 12,500 Tonnes/yr
• Biocarbon / Biochar – 7,000 Tonnes / yr
• Biofuel Production : 233,440 Lit/month

Green Hydrogen Production

Replacing existing hydrogen feedstocks
Green hydrogen will eventually replace the large amounts of gas that is produced using carbon‑intensive methods to satisfy the needs of heavy industry such as Steel, Oil Refineries, & Ammonia production.

Decarbonizing residential and commercial heating systems is a major challenge in countries that currently rely on natural gas to do the job. One immediate answer to the problem is to mix green hydrogen into natural gas to reduce the latter’s carbon content.

Energy storage
A lot of focus is around the use of green hydrogen for electricity production via fuel cells. If the hydrogen is produced from renewable energy, the AC-to-AC round-trip efficiency falls to around 35 percent, far below the 95 percent efficiency that can be achieved with batteries.

Alternative fuels
Scaling up hydrogen production then converting it into a slightly more malleable fuel such as ammonia or methane is already in high demand from large Shipping companies.

Fuel-cell vehicles
Powering fuel-cell vehicles is one of the most exciting applications for green hydrogen. McKinsey estimates there is an immediate market for forklift trucks and other material-handling fuel-cell vehicles, with hydrogen-powered vehicle interest very much on the rise.

“Our greatest natural resource
  isn’t iron ore, it isn’t gold, it isn’t gas,
  it’s certainly not oil or coal, it is
  green hydrogen”.

   Andrew (Twiggy) Forrest - Fortescue Future Industries

Biochar Opportunity

During our proprietary pyrolysis process, each of our Gasification Plants will produce over 70,000 kg of green Biocarbon (Char) per month. With current domestic prices sitting around AUD$20 for a 10kg bag, the potential revenue exceeds AUD$100,000 per month for each line.

Biochar is the material produced when biomass undergoes any chemical processes under the conditions of pyrolysis. The variety of biomasses, including wood waste, agricultural crop leftover, organic waste, animal manure, and forestry residues, have been considered as raw material to produce biochar. Biochar is widely used for generation of heat and power and an addition to soils, in which it serves as a fertilizer and carbon sequestration agent.

Biochar, in its activated form, plays a significant role in various absorption applications:

• Biochar has unique properties to remove pollutants from soil, water, and gas.
• Pollutants Removal is governed by their interactions with biochar functional groups.
• Biochar efficacy can be improved by tailoring its property to a specific pollutant.
• Biochar has potential to replace commercial activated carbons for pollutant removal.

“The nation that destroys
  its soil destroys itself.”

   Franklin D. Roosevelt

Biofuel Production

Biofuels are fossil fuel alternatives that are made from organic material such as plants. Here are some pertinent areas that are ready for the use of alternative fuels such as biofuels.

For the period that biofuels have been in use, this is the most popular area in which they have been applied to. They have come in to replace the carbon producing, ordinary fossil fuel that vehicles use.

Air travel, just like using roads is a major environmental pollutant. This has led to airlines and other companies involved in fuel marketing and production in the aviation sector to invest in biofuel research, production and increased use.

Charge electronic devices
Extensive research is being carried to make manufacturing biofuels an alternative to electricity in the charging of electronic devices. Research is being conducted on how biofuel cells can be developed to be used for this purpose.

Biofuels can be used to replace natural gas as the main source of heating fuel in our homes. Use of biofuels also ensures that our homes are environmentally friendly and have lower carbon emissions.

Economic empowerment to nations
With easier to produce fuel, such as biofuels, countries can end their reliance on having to import crude oil or refined fuel and gas.

Biofuels are a significant alternative that represent lower costs and a better environment.

Cleaning oil spills
Biofuels have been tested and proven to be effective cleaners of fuels and can be effective in cleaning up oil spills cost effectively and to the benefit of the environment.

CAC-H2’s Hunter project has the scalability to produce up to 4 Million Litres of Biofuel per annum.

“I believe cellulosic fuels, biofuels made
  from non-food crops are the only
  solution that will make a difference.”

   Vinod Khosla

Wood Vinegar Production

Our monthly production of Wood Vinegar is estimated to be 50,000 Litres per month per line. The current price for Wood Vinegar in Australia is AUD$5 per litre.

Wood vinegar is a natural, biological product that can be used in a variety of segments. While there are many possible applications, one of the most promising markets for wood vinegar is related to agriculture and organic farming.

Wood vinegar is an excellent pesticide and fertilizer that improves soil quality, helps elimination of pests, and assists in the plant growth control by being able to accelerate the development of plants. It is often used to increase the amounts of fruits produced in orchards.

Benefits of wood vinegar for organic farming

• Increasing vitality and quality of crops by spraying diluted wood vinegar on plant leaves
• Protection from the harmful insects and specific plant diseases
• Control of the biological activity of the soil by helping to influence the concentration of useful microbes
• Help in the development of stronger roots for the plants
• Reduction of odours from produced manures
• Facilitation of composting – wood vinegar as a compost activator helps to accelerate the materials conversion into organic compost

Working Example of Benefits of Co-Application  of Wood Vinegar and Biochar Significantly Mitigated Greenhouse Gases Emission From Rice Paddy

“The solution is right under our feet”

   Ryland Engelhart



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