ZEG recognized as a Sustainability Gamechanger

Megadeals Advisory has recently released the “Sustainability Gamechangers – Nordic top 50” report that highlights efforts made by different Nordic companies to innovate within the field of sustainability. ZEG Power is identified as one of the gamechangers.

Megadeals Advisory recognizes 50 Nordic companies that are commercially scaled and ready to scale innovations, and that in their opinion are capable of significantly lowering CO2 emissions. Among them are heavyweights such as Polestar, Volvo’s new electric car line. ZEG and our patented ICC™ technology, which enables clean hydrogen from gas with integrated CO2 capture, is also being recognized.

Our innovations are unique according to Megadeals Advisory due to ZEGs module based and flexible systems enabling large and small scale plants. Our Climate+ Solution (BioZEG concept) is also highlighted , which is energy production based on gasified biomass enabling negative CO2 emissions.

ZEG’s CEO Arild Selvig sees great opportunity for ZEG´s ICC™ Technology and solutions and is very positive to receiving the news that Megadeals Advisory recognizes the company´s clean hydrogen technology.

“Hydrogen from natural gas with CO2 capture and storage is a solution the world needs now. If we want to solve the global climate crisis we need to innovate and invest in green technology that can push us into the future. Being recognized for our work, is inspiring”, says Selvig.

“There is a need for a greener and more sustainable future, and that is the future ZEG is planning on being a part of. Being mentioned as a leading Nordic company when it comes to readiness for fast commercial scaling and high sustainability impact, motivates us to continue on our journey to empower the world with clean energy”, Selvig concludes.

Megadeals Advisory has used Project Drawdown’s criteria when selecting the companies for their report. While the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a helpful guide for goal setting, Project Drawdown’s rigorous review of sustainable technologies is according to Megadeals Advisory an excellent resource for anyone looking for a solution to the SDGs.

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