Reverion manufactures highly efficient, reversible, carbon-negative power plants. Our containerized power plants, based on high temperature fuel cells, achieve record efficiencies of up to 80%, doubling the electricity production from biogas compared to state-of-the-art solutions. In the process, no off-gas is emitted, but instead pure CO2 is separated, allowing for negative CO2-emissions. Additionally, the plants can switch to gas generation (green H2 or renewable CH4) and enable long-term energy storage.

Our product is the first all-in-one solution with a reversible system design and comes in modular, scalable, standardized container units. These are designed for series production and plug&play installation to easily replace existing gas engines.

Reverion ensures the future economic viability of existing biogas plants and contributes to stabilizing the energy system, bringing flexibility to the market and solving the problem of long-term energy storage. By doing this, Reverion technology could cut CO2 emissions in Europe by 10%.

„At Reverion, we believe that a strong Climate Tech ecosystem, uniting companies, researchers, and policymakers, is needed now more than ever. Together, we have the power to invent and scale revolutionary technologies for green energy production so that they can reach their full potential. We are excited to help pave the way toward the energy system of the future!“

Dr.-Ing. Stephan Herrmann, CEO Reverion GmbH

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