Our Approach

Green hydrogen is currently in high demand. In public debates it is usually considered a solution to the storage problem of green electricity. However, the many proposals and activities do not yet result in a consistent and economically feasible strategy. We would like to change this.
The starting point is to generate large quantities of green electricity at low cost. This is only possible in Earth’s sun deserts and coasts, using solar and wind energy. Be it in Africa, the Arab world, China, South America or Southern Europe, for example in Greece.
Put simply, the production chain of carbon neutral fuels looks like this: Large amounts of solar power are generated in the desert. Using this electricity, hydrogen is produced by electrolysis. By adding CO2, for example, “green” methanol is obtained and in further steps liquid and carbon neutral fuels are produced. The carbon is recycled and becomes a valuable economic good. The more loops are connected in succession (multiple recycling), the lower the emissions. Via Nature-based Solutions, the remaining emissions are offset and removed from the atmosphere.

Green Methanol Basics
Green Methanol Basics

Concept Papers

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Bert Beyers Ulrich Begemann, Christof von Branconi

Trugschlüsse und Inkorrektheiten in der Energie- und Klimakrise Working paper

2023.

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und Tobias Orthen, Simon Göß

Energietransport ist Grundlage für Wohlstand Technical Report

2022.

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Wernicke, Dr. Hans Jürgen

Ozeane als Senke für anthropogenes CO2 Technical Report

2022.

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Wernicke, Hans Jürgen

„Flared Gas“ und „Vent Gas“ – verschwendete Energie und Quelle signifikanter Emissionen Masters Thesis

2022.

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e.V., Global Energy Solutions

Klimaneutralität für die globale Bestandsflotte von PKW und LKW: Ohne E-Fuels geht es nicht Working paper

2022.

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e.V., Global Energy Solutions

Climate neutrality for the global fleet of cars and trucks: it won't work without e-fuels Working paper

2022.

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Wernicke, Hans Jürgen

Potential von hydrierten Pflanzenölen und pflanzlichen Altölen als „grüner“ Treibstoff Technical Report

2022.

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und Christof von Branconi, Leon Berks

Kein Net Zero ohne Carbon Capture – Vier Studien im Vergleich Technical Report

2022.

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e.V., Global Energy Solutions

Klimafreundlicher Stahl Technical Manual

e.V., Global Energy Solutions (Ed.): 2022.

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e.V., Global Energy Solutions

Ergebnisse / Positionierung GES Stand September 2022 Working paper

2022.

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e.V., Global Energy Solutions

Results / Positioning GES Status August 2022 Working paper

2022.

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Wernicke, Hans Jürgen

Klimagas Methan – Umfang und Kontrolle von LNG-Vorkettenemissionen Technical Report

2022, (Hintergrundpapier).

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GES,

Synthetische Kraftstoffe unverzichtbar Technical Manual

2022, (Positionspapier).

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Zur Debatte über ein Verbot von Neuwagen mit Verbrennungsmotor Technical Manual

2022, (Positionspapier).

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e.V., Global Energy Solutions

Transport von Wasserstoff Masters Thesis

2022.

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Bane, Siddhant; Lyhs, Wilfried

Erzeugung und Speicherung grünen Stroms Technical Report

2022, (Hintergrundpapier).

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Beyers, Bert

Wasserstoffproduktion Technical Report

2022, (Factsheet).

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Beyers, Bert; Lyhs, Wilfried

Carbon Capture and Storage / Usage (CCS/CCU) Technical Report

2022, (Factsheet).

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Lyhs, Wilfried; Bane, Siddhant

Bemerkungen zum Osterpaket der Bundesregierung Technical Report

2022, (Hintergrundpapier).

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Positionspapier des Kuratoriums von Global Energy Solutions e.V. Technical Manual

2022, (Positionspapier).

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