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.