We are fueling our world
with renewable energy
HIF is producing eFuels with green hydrogen and recycled CO2 now.
Renewable Fuels: The Haru Oni Plant
HIF has completed the first integrated demonstration eFuels facility in the world. Haru Oni produces carbon-neutral eGasoline and eMethanol that is dropped-in today’s engines and infrastructure.Learn More
We use renewable energy to produce green hydrogen via electrolysis, and we capture CO2 from the atmosphere, or from an industrial or biogenic source. We then combine the green hydrogen with the CO2 through a process called synthesis, obtaining a fossil fuel substitute that can work in existing engines and infrastructure.
The final result is carbon neutral eFuel.
eFuels are a substitute for fossil fuels used in today’s cars, ships, trucks, airplanes, and the petrochemical industry, with no modifications required.