BENEFITS

Plastic energy storage systems are designed to offer environment-friendly; cost-effective; light-weight; and safe solutions to the Automotive Industry. PlasEnSys' scope of activities cover a wide variety of energy storage systems for the automotive industry.

FUEL 

Fuel Systems industry developed innovative SCR system solutions, allowing to store and distribute on-board urea-water solutions, which has been recognized as the best technique to abate engine NOX emissions. 

HYDROGEN 

Hydrogen is renewable and readily available. It is also a clean and flexible energy source to support zero-carbon energy strategies.

Hydrogen is very energy-efficient and as the technology provides a high-density source of energy with good energy efficiency, by weight, hydrogen has a high energy content.

CNG 

CNG, also known as compressed natural gas is made by compressing natural gas (methane) down to less than 1% of its volume, CNG fuel is non-toxic and does not contaminate ground water.

LNG 
BIOFUELS

The use of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) in transport is a suitable option to power large long-distance trucks. The use of LNG in the transport sector has substantial environmental benefits. It is reported that a truck powered by a dual fuel LNG-diesel engine can emit up to 75% lower NOx emissions and about 13% lower Well-To-Wheel CO2 emissions.

Biodiesel is a domestically produced, clean-burning, renewable substitute for petroleum diesel. Using biodiesel as a vehicle fuel increases energy security, improves air quality and the environment, and provides safety benefits.

eFUELS

eFuels allow the global potential of solar and wind power to be unleashed around the world. They are produced by using renewable electricity as well as atmospheric CO2 from the air and hydrogen from water. Therefore, they are climate-neutral; no additional greenhouse gases are produced while they are in use.

BATTERY-ELECTRIC BASED ENERGY

Electric and hybrid vehicles can have significant emissions benefits over conventional vehicles. All-electric vehicles produce zero tailpipe emissions, and PHEVs produce no tailpipe emissions when operating in all-electric mode. HEV emissions benefits vary by vehicle model and type of hybrid power system.