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Meva Energy’s first commercial plant awarded with a Sustainability Certificate by the Swedish Energy Agency

In News by Elsa Kayser

Meva Energy, a leading producer of gasified biofuel, proudly announces that the company has been awarded with a sustainability certificate according to the Sustainability criteria act by the Swedish Energy Agency for its biosyngas production facility in Kisa. This confirms Meva Energy’s dedication to mitigating climate change and contributions to renewable energy solutions for its customers. The Sustainability certificate, decided …

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Letter from our CEO: Recap of 2023 and what to expect in 2024

In News by Elsa Kayser

At Meva Energy, 2023 was an intense year characterized by technological achievements and significants milestones. Niclas Davidsson, CEO at Meva Energy, shares his thoughts on Meva’s highlights and challenges in 2023 while providing an overview on what is to come next year. The first time anyone even mentioned the concept of utilizing biosyngas for tissue drying was in 2016. It was proposed …

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Unlocking the potential of biochar: Meva Energy Joins National Biochar Innovation Cluster

In News by Elsa Kayser

A national innovation cluster for biochar is being established in Sweden and Meva Energy is joining the initial steering group. This initiative marks a significant step in the field of biochar, and Meva Energy is proud to be part of this cluster, driving innovation and collaboration between biochar actors. The steering group plays a crucial role in kickstarting and establishing …

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Transforming Waste into Value – Chairman outlines his vision for Meva Energy’s future

In News by Elsa Kayser

Morgan Sadarangani joined the company as a board member in 2017. Since 2019, Morgan has served as Chairman of the board, leading Meva Energy through a transformative journey of verification, commercialization, and the delivery of our technology. Meet our Chairmain as he offers a glimpse into Meva Energys potential to revolutionize the energy industry and address pressing environmental challenges. Can you …

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Fredrik Ahlström as new CFO at Meva Energy

In News, Pressreleases by Elsa Kayser

Meva Energy has appointed a new addition to the management team and welcomes Fredrik Ahlström. With a solid career and a proven track record in financial leadership, Fredrik Ahlström is set to bring a new dimension of expertise and innovation to the company’s financial strategy in his new roll as a Chief Financial Officer. Fredrik has extensive experience in financial …

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Prolonging life: Fighting nox and particulate issues in engineered wood production

In News by Elsa Kayser

Wood board products/waste containing glue typically contains high levels of solid nitrogen which when burned, can cause hazardous NOx4 and particulate emissions. Due to the low levels of oxygen and the high temperature in Meva Energy’s gasification technology, the nitrogen oxides can be kept low and convert the solid nitrogen in the process to harmless nitrogen gas. When machining, such …

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Sara Palander as new Sustainability Manager at Meva Energy

In News by Elsa Kayser

As a big step forward on Mevas Energy’s sustainability journey, we are happy to announce that Sara Palander joined the company in the newly established role as a Sustainability Manager. Sara has many years of experience in sustainability work within the national competence center at Chalmers University of Technology ”Swedish Life Cycle Center” which aims to develop knowledge in the …

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MEVA ENERGY SIGNS MAJOR INVESTMENT AGREEMENT WITH JUST CLIMATE

In News, Pressreleases by Elsa Kayser

Meva Energy has signed a significant investment agreement with Just Climate. The investment will accelerate the company´s transition from focusing on research and development to becoming an industrial scale operating company providing clean energy solutions to its growing customer base. The investment substantially increases Meva Energy’s capacity and capability to help manufacturing industries convert their low value waste residues to …