ICODOS re-imagined the e-methanol production process. Our patented process enables a not only significantly more cost-effective but also more flexibly production. Our technology will de-fossilize shipping and chemistry, serve as seasonal storage technology to stabilize the electrical grid of the future, and provide decentralized, secure production of a highly versatile energy carrier.

Technologies like ICODOS’s e-methanol production process are pivotal in combating climate change due to their ability to address multiple aspects of the global energy landscape. By providing a more cost-effective and adaptable solution, they drive the transition from fossil fuels to cleaner energy sources, enabling a net zero future.

“A potent Climate Tech ecosystem lies at the heart of humanity’s quest for sustainability, fostering the indispensable union of innovation, collaboration, and local empowerment that will ultimately triumph over the global climate challenge.”

David Strittmatter, CEO & Co-Founder

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