An environmentally friendly and fast-growing crop that yields seed, rich in valuable proteins, inflorescence for medicinal applications, and woody straw with a high carbon content.
The process of pyrolysis transforms the woody hemp straw into stable carbon with a porous form: Biochar. This charcoal can be enriched with nutrients and used in agriculture. Additionally, pyrolysis generates thermal energy.
When applied back to the soil, the carbon in the biochar mineralises over time and has a durability of 100+ years, with numerous ecological co-benefits. This is how the circle is closed and the irreversible carbon sink guaranteed.
Our circular projects deliver high quality and hybrid CO2 Certificates that aid the financial feasibility of every project. The result is the economically viable regeneration of every project ecosystem. This is how every stakeholder becomes a winner, from farmer to consumer.
Until 2030 the demands on global resources are gigantic.
2.2 Gigatons Carbon Removal per year
In agricultural and forest land use.
78 Million Tons more Oilseed
More plant-based proteins as an alternative to meat.
14 Million more Hectares Grain
Serving an increasing Population.
Increasing demand for Bio-based carbon
Moving away from fossils.
Source: nova institute