Our high-temperature systems process
organic waste into valuable energy:
Hydrogen, electricity, heat

Unsere Hochtemperaturanlagen verarbeiten
organischen Abfall zu wertvoller Energie:
Wasserstoff, Strom, Wärme

On the one hand, your production processes cause a lot of waste
and/or on the other hand, you have a high energy demand (hydrogen, electricity, heat)?

Coinvolta deals with the efficient processing of organic waste, in particular non-recyclable plastics, rejects from the paper industry, and other organic waste as input material.

The energy generated during processing in the form of electricity, heat and hydrogen can be used in a variety of ways.

We have acquired our versatile know-how in the field of waste processing in connection with high-temperature plants over the past 11 years.

Advantages of our systems

The facts speak for themselves

  • The hydrogen currently available on the market is 99% produced from non-renewable sources (natural gas reforming).
  • Decentralized CAG technology can provide hydrogen in relatively large quantities at competitive prices.

  • The energy requirement of the CAG plant can be covered by the energy content of the remaining gases after the separation of the hydrogen

  • With CAG technology, balancing power can be made available on demand by temporarily storing surplus energy.

  • Provided that the waste materials used are removed from the classic waste incineration process, the provision of hydrogen with CAG UHTV technology is completely CO2-neutral and is considered regenerative or blue hydrogen.

  • With CAG UHTV technology, disposal costs can be significantly reduced and planned for the long term.


Our systems

Thermal utilisation of organic waste

Our CAG UHTV – T25 / T6 machines use a new technology that generates energy from e.g. plastic waste – this can be a plastic waste of all kinds, both from industry and households – or other organic waste.

The thermal utilisation (gasification) of the organic waste
as input leads to two types of output:

  1. 80-99% synthesis gas of the carbonaceous matter portion. This is purified to be used for the production of electricity, heat or hydrogen (depending on the buyer’s needs).
  2. 1-10% soot / residues – these can be partially returned to the value chain and directly reused in new materials, if an analysis result allows this.

Decentralised H2 production

Clean syngas and syngas use

Direct use
by combustion

Electricity production

Chemical production

Liquid fuels
(e.g. methanol, diesel)

of hydrogen

Waste heat utilisation

We produce a very clean syngas that contains a high proportion of hydrogen (between 40-75%), depending on the input material. This sustainable hydrogen, which is produced by extremely low costs in our process, can be easily separated from the syngas produced and made usable with standard techniques.

Companies can use the CAG UHTV system to solve their disposal problems and to use the hydrogen produced in the disposal process to fuel their fuel cell trains, cars, buses, trucks or machines, for example.  

Outline Sketch: Decentralized H2-Production


Coinvolta AG Country representations

We are your exclusive partner in those 18 countries

Organic waste as input

Coinvolta AG Value creation through thermal conversion

The process is emission-free in the processing of organic waste, low-noise and offers maximum flexibility in input and output applications.

The variety of different waste types that can be treated with the CAG UHTV systems includes almost all organic materials including toxic, non-toxic, infectious, and hazardous materials.

From hospital and other infectious waste to end-of-life cycle products.

Our focus is on:

  • non-recyclable plastics
  • Industrial waste
  • sorted household waste
  • sewage sludge
  • rejects
  • Electronic waste


Our Projects

Internationally and decentrally sustainable

Syngas production


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