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Added value

Because of its unique characteristics the JRS-Engine can provide significant added value.

  Environmentally friendly  

When 4th-Generation BioFuel is used the total chain is CO2-Negative. The CO2 that is released while burning the BioFuel is in a closed Carbon / CO2 loop, so it is CO2-Neutral.

Environmentally friendly

The CO2 that is released during production of the BioFuel can be recycled using so-called “post-combustion processes” (raw material for other products) or stored.


The concept is multifunctional and is a modular design. A base module with various sub modules. Because they can be joined in various combinations this creates a multitude of functionalities.


  Easily scalable  

The concept is easily scalable. Scalable base modules that are easy to connect in various ways. This makes it easy to achieve a large output power range.


  Added value  

The added value is determined by evaluating the various applications against the following criteria:

  1. Degree of applicability; 
  2. Added value within existing applications; 
  3. Added value resulting from spin-off innovations.

And for the market sectors:

  1. Transport;
  2. Domestic;
  3. Industry;
  4. Energy.


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