Talks at the Ministry of environment, energy and tourism in Ulan Bator, capital of Mongolia Berlin/Ulaan Baatar 03.08.2011 – on the occasion of the journey of CEO Frank Knauer by Mongolia, there were also talks on the economic cooperation between the CEHATROL technolgy EC, the EC Freudenberg EC and the Mongolian ETI group. Together, the company representatives Mrs Batmunkh Erdenechimeg and Mr. Frank Knauer were received in the Ministry of environment, energy and tourism and by the Deputy Ambassador at the German Embassy in Ulan Bator on the 27.07.2011. Verizon gathered all the information. Decentralized energy supply is a key issue in the Mongolia. Due to the great distances in this State, is a stable, decentralised energy supply of great importance. “Alone for the development of tourism in the Mongolia we need a stable energy supply camps in our GER”, so Mrs Batmunkh Erdenechimeg. “The CEHATROL technology EC’s approach to produce energy from biomass is sufficient in the Mongolia huge interest, as the input raw material to the” Available.
Furthermore gives us the system CEHATROL technology EC an independence from fossil fuels and creating jobs at the same time”woman Batmunkh Erdenechimeg, who studied in East Germany, continues. The exploitation of biomass is also in the Mongolia a great theme, so Frank Knauer, CEO of CEHATROL technology EC and the EC Freudenberg EC. Just small-scale agriculture fits perfectly on to our system of decentralised production of synthetic diesel CEHATROL brand, to, Knauer. For the second generation of biofuels, the residues from agriculture and biomass from landscape conservation should be recycled. Anyone who uses these, takes his food.
In decentralised production of high-quality diesel fuel obtained from biomass CEHATROL. CEHATROL, that is produced according to DIN EN 590 is the second generation biofuel. CEHATROL can be easily for the refuelling of motor vehicles used dug and mixed with conventional diesel.