Gas to Liquid Fuels (GTLF) invented and developed a reactor to process Natural Gas and CO2 into Syngas.
The technology could be implemented as a “Lego” block for later processes to liquid drops in Fuels or Methanol.
The patented technology has an advantage over current technologies by low-cost fuels from any source of NG, Landfill gas, biogas; high-conversion efficiency and reduction of CO2 print, and much more clean technology.
Using this system enables the provision of fuels at any place of demand.
Synvertec developed Synchronverter®, a control algorithm that interacts with inverter switches and emulates the mechanical and electrical properties of a synchronous generator.
By integrating Synchronverter, inverters play an active role in the stabilization of grids whose considerable renewable energy source (RES) proportions would otherwise create significant instability.
Synvertec’s algorithm enables conventional DC/AC converters to mimic synchronous generators and create synthetic inertia required for generating a stabilizing effect.
Stabilization enables cost saving to the renewable sources' owners and therefore will increase the penetration of renewables connection to the grid.
The patented Synchronverter enhances yields and maximizes the utilization of electricity provided by renewable energy sources in traditional and micro/smart grid topologies.