Meva Energy provides small, circular energy systems with a minimum of distribution and parasitic losses. Our product is a unique patented biomass gasification system. A stable technology that in contrast to many other renewable energy sources is not dependent on the weather, i.e. sun, wind, rain or waves.

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Meva Highlights

Meva Energy one of the finalists to SET Awards 2018.

SET (Startup Energy Transition) is a global initiative by the Deutsche Energie-Agentur with the purpose to identify and present the new technologies and companies with the greatest game changer potential in respect of sustainable energy. The competition is very serious with a large international jury. This years competition was launched during the COP 23 meeting in Bonn last year. Meva Energy participates in category 1: ”Low Energy Carbon Production”. The finals take place during the TechFestival in Berlin in mid april.

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About our technology and how it works

Whether with wood-based feedstock or agricultural residue, our technology can be applied with many different industries.

Learn how it works and how it integrates with residues sources and energy needs in this short film.


The complete energy consumption of 1,795,000 private homes. As many as all private homes in Sweden.


225,000 tanker trucks of gasoline. Put them after each other and the queue will stretch from Stockholm to Rome.

66 billion

Driving a car 66 billion kilometers. That is equal to driving 1.6 million times around the earths circumference.

The total accessible market for biomass gasification in Europe is estimated to be in excess of EUR 10 billion.

“Our mission is to provide highly efficient gasification technology in order to meet industrial demands of renewable gas or power.”

Real life story

According to the European Sawmill organization, about 85 million m3 of sawn softwood is being produced each year. This represents a production of saw dust and bark of about 30 million tons.

This feedstock resource is today representing a low value as it sits in the saw mills site and the low fraction character makes it difficult to transport. Pellets production is of limited value and the particle board industry is only in need of a small fraction of the saw dust produced.

A very large part of this resource is just being burned and destroyed. Utilization as fuel to produce power and heat locally at the sawmill without transport with Meva’s technology is an attractive option. The 30 million tons of saw dust and bark is enough to supply some 3,750 Meva Power Plants.


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