Our technology.

Bhyo hydrogen technology is a process for the production of organic hydrogen from locally produced biogenic residues in an efficient, modular process capable of meeting base load requirements.

What does organic hydrogen mean?

"Organic hydrogen" is a term we have developed. It refers to hydrogen that is produced from biomass and has a CO2-negative balance. The concept thus goes beyond the existing color theory for hydrogen - green, blue, grey, etc. - by symbolizing an even more environmentally friendly way of producing hydrogen.

What does biogenic waste mean?

This is any biomass that is a by-product of natural processes

This includes:

High-temperature gasification process.

The high-temperature gasification process is a special conversion process. In this process, biomass is broken down into its components in a heated sand bed. This process leads to the production of pure synthesis gas.

Hybrid process.

A patent was granted for the development of a hybrid process that combines the advantages of autothermal and allothermal gasification and avoids their disadvantages. Due to this innovative combination, the process was given the name bhyo hydrogen technology.

For municipalities with just under 100,000 inhabitants

Upscale possible

Produces 800 tons of H2 per year - enough for:

5,000 cars

350 trucks

25 moves

Additional added value
(in addition to hydrogen):


District heating


The modular design of the core technology makes it flexibly adaptable to:

Biomass supply

Hydrogen demand

Our technology.

The bhyo plant is an innovative model designed to recover valuable resources from biogenic residues. Using our advanced technology, biomass is first processed into pellets in a drying process. These pellets are then used as feedstock in our plant to produce hydrogen, CO2, phosphate and heat through thermo-chemical conversion.

Patent & test procedure

Our plant is protected by patents that safeguard the unique process of our technology. In order to continuously improve our technology, we regularly carry out test runs in which different types of biomass and operating parameters are tested to optimize the efficiency and performance of the plant.


The technology used in the bhyo systems offers many advantages. Its modularity allows it to be used in different sizes and adapted to specific needs. The flexibility supports the processing of different types of biomass, while the scalability allows the plant output to be increased in line with demand. The sustainability of our solutions also plays a major role, as they promote an environmentally friendly energy production cycle.



Heating in the reformer room.



Indirectly via heat exchanger.



Patented technology.

Development to date.

The development of our technology has made significant progress in recent years. Since the design and initial construction of the industry-standard plants, we have carried out various tests with numerous biogenic materials, which has enabled us to constantly improve and adapt our processes. Our development to date is the basis for the future, in which we will continue to optimize our plants and prepare them for broader market availability.

One plant can store 22,000 t/a of CO2

As much as 1.2M trees

In addition, the emission of 13,000 t/a of CO2 can be avoided

As much as another 700k trees


The procedure in our plant is a continuous process that converts biogenic residues into sustainable energy. The biomass goes through several steps: first it is processed into pellets by drying, then it is fed into the plant, where the pellets are broken down into their components - hydrogen, CO2, phosphate and usable waste heat.

Decentralized biomass logistics


Added value





be green. be bhyo.
Our test facility.

Our joint project supports the German government's climate targets up to 2045 by researching decentralized hydrogen production from biogenic residues with our bhyo hydrogen technology.