CYNAR PLC - Biomass and residues to create future fuels

Cynar PLC are pioneers in developing a technology that turns end-oflife plastics otherwise destined for landfill, incineration or
outsourcing into alternative/replacement synthetic liquid fuel (diesel,
kerosene and naphtha).
This is done through an environmentally-friendly closed-loop
technology that converts plastic to fuel through a combination of
pyrolysis and oil refinery technology.
The Cynar’s Technology uses only end-of-life waste plastics that
cannot be recycled or reused, creating a sustainable domestic source
of high-cetane, low-sulphur fuel while reducing greenhouse gas
emissions from landfill and traditional hydrocarbon extraction.
Seeking specialist partners to combine our Cynar waste plastics to fuels technology with
biomass and residues to create future fuels, providing sustainable energy and process
• Cynar – presently producing off and on-road diesel fuel from low grade plastic
• Cynar’s alternative diesel capable of combining with renewable bio-diesel
providing enhanced
1. Sustainability
2. Lower GHG
3. Cost benefits
4. Fuel & Environmental Security
5. Renewables utilisation
• Cynar has developed other usable fuels besides diesel capable of mixing with
renewables biofuel and biomass creating
- Enhanced energy output and calorific value
- CHP Plant and Electrical Generation
Cynar is in advanced
discussions with
Parties interested in the development and deployment of alternative, sustainable
and renewable fuel energy potentials
These includeIrish Rail Carrier and Network operator
International Shipping Owner
EU Data Centre Owner
Irish Transport Operator
Cynar is seeking additional interested partners from these areas and from the
process and chemical industry to advance our proposal
Cynar – Consortium Requests
Our alternative fuels combined with Biofuel and Biomass residuals offer wide
potential in future
- Energy generation and storage
- Electrical generation and locomotion
- New product and process development in Chemical Industry, Manufacturing,
Processing and Food Production
Next generation synthetic and biofuel combinations will
- secure environmental and competitive advantages
- create further innovation in renewables development
- bring significant social and societal benefits
We are looking for opportunities to partner with suitable colleagues for a
consortium bid in SPIRE or other H2020 calls
Conclusion and
Contact Details
Thank You from the Cynar Team

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