Huron provides a solution to three major problems facing our world today.

  • Rising Level of Carbon Dioxide

    The world is warming and it’s largely due to human activities. Evidence for this rapid climate change is compelling. The ten warmest years on record have all occurred since 1998, and the four warmest years on record have all occurred since 2014. This warming of the globe is starting to show dramatic effects.

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  • Storage for Renewable Energy

    The sun is a source of immense energy. There is more solar energy that reaches the surface of the Earth each hour than the amount of energy consumed by the world in an entire year. Due to advances in technology and reduction in costs the world’s renewable electricity capacity is set to grow by 40% by 2022 reaching a 30% share of global power generation.

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  • Finite Supply of Fossil Fuels

    Global demand for oil is growing at a rate of 1.75% per year and this year oil usage will hit a record of 100 million barrels per day. With oil usage continuing to rise each year the day will come when there is either no oil left to drill or alternatively it is too expensive to extract the oil reserves that remain.

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Huron Clean Energy is deploying a globally significant climate change solution at commercial scale.

  • 103

    Million Litres of Low Carbon Synthetic Fuel Produced each Year

  • 250k

    Tonnes of Atmospheric C02 Captured Per Year

  • 35k

    Tonnes of Green Hydrogen Consumed Per Year

Huron Clean Energy is a licensed partner of Carbon Engineering Ltd. to develop multiple clean fuel synthesis plants across Canada. Carbon Engineering’s breakthrough Direct Air Capture and AIR TO FUELS™ technologies are used to create clean fuel out of air. When carbon dioxide captured from the atmosphere is combined with renewably generated hydrogen, clean fuel is produced. This clean, near carbon-neutral fuel, can be used in all existing transportation infrastructure as a replacement fuel or blended with current fuels such as gasoline, diesel, or Jet-A to lower the carbon intensity of those fuels.

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