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Fuelling a Livable Climate

Imagine a Synergetic Future

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Truck on the road in sunset, top view

The Path to a Sustainable Energy System

Everyone, for generations to come, should get to explore the diversity and abundance of the natural world. This future is not impossible, but it requires an urgent transformation in humanity’s energy production. That’s where Synergetic comes in. We make Net Zero Fuels that will decarbonize our most carbon-intensive industries for a more livable planet.

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Truck on the road in sunset, top view

The Invisible Energy Revolution

Synergetic is developing the most accessible and cost-competitive carbon-neutral synthetic fuels the world has ever seen. This game-changing technology will transition 100 million barrels of oil a day, globally, with virtually zero impact on business-as-usual. That’s because we’re using clean energy sources to extract hydrogen and carbon, and we need very little land to do it.

This is how we start the invisible energy revolution.

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This is the Invisible Energy Revolution

The voices that support Synergetic

Mariam al-Qubaisi
Mariam al-Qubaisi Head of Sustainability and Business Excellence
Etihad Airlines, March 2021

“Etihad is working to explore the production of SYNTHETIC FUEL as part of a wider strategy to use sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) on future flights”

Government of Iceland,
August 2021

“For Iceland, hydrogen and efuels can contribute substantially to the decarbonization of the Icelandic transportation sector. This includes road transport, marine applications (including fishing) and domestic- and international aviation.”

Peter Abrahamsson
Peter Abrahamsson Head of Sustainable Development
Preem, January 2021

“We are working hard to reduce production emissions. Investing in fossil-free hydrogen could create opportunities for synthetic fuel production while reducing emissions at our refineries”