We are an engineering company that develops sustainable environmental technologies to meet demands from various stakeholders.
ESTECH is a subsidiary of the PureteQ Group with administration, design, research & development as well as testing centre and production facilities based in Svendborg, Denmark.
We design, produce, and deliver cost-effective technologies to reduce emissions and transform harmful compounds into valuable products. We develop innovative technologies to reduce the impact of human activities on global climate change for the benefit of all stakeholders. ESTECH’s combined Carbon Capture and power to X technology (CCCH2) is expected to play an important part in escalating the clean transition.
We have a culture of reaching for the stars – a culture that encourages bold ideas and dares to make mistakes. At ESTECH, we are engineers and scientists. We acknowledge that there are limitations governed by laws of nature, but we continue to push boundaries and strive for unique and simple solutions to complex problems – our only constraint are laws of nature when it comes to developing cutting-edge technology.
Our definition of cutting-edge innovation is not just about developing new technologies – it is to develop ground-breaking technologies that prove themselves as reliable and less expensive solutions than competing technologies.
By drawing on PureteQ’s patented exhaust gas purification technology, based on hydrodynamic fluid distribution, we have been able to accelerate our product development process. The hydrodynamic fluid distribution ensures optimal conditions for the gas/fluid reaction, resulting in a smaller reaction chamber/scrubber. PureteQ’s expertise is not limited to the scrubber tower but also the process control: PureteQ’s digital platform allows for a unique process control to ensure unparalleled energy efficiency. It also allows for remote access in real-time to safeguard operation and comes in a fully cloud-based solution to ease accessibility.
Denmark has a need for storing up to 40 million tons of CO2 every year. It can be stored underground but requires significant investment in infrastructure, such as pipelines, wells, pumps and onshore facilities. However, storing CO2 in other forms of energy such as hydrogen reduces the need to store it underground. Today, massive amounts of CO2 are released into the atmosphere. For every litre of oil burned, 3 kg of CO2 is produced. The challenge is to capture this CO2 for storage or use it commercially.
The capture and storage of CO2 is crucial for achieving the world’s climate goal of net-zero CO2 emissions by 2050. The solutions to the climate crisis are a mix of diverse and disparate technologies that will require us to continue to use traditional energy sources, while further developing green energy sources, such as wind and solar power.
It also means focus on reducing CO2 emission from exhaust gas while using or storing the CO2 caught – Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS). CCS plays a vital part in meeting the 250 climate targets as the CCS-technology contributes to reducing emissions, which are challenging to reduce by other methods.