In January, MASH Makes became a founding member of Green Fuels Alliance India, an initiative designed to increase collaboration between Denmark and India in the sustainable energy solutions sector. The new alliance is intended to help both countries strategically advance the green fuels sector through innovation, collaboration and partnership.
An Indo-Danish company from inception, MASH Makes currently has 49 employees in India and 11 in Denmark. The company’s first commercial site, in Karnataka, India, features four pyrolysis machines capable of producing biochar at scale. Several new production sites in India and abroad are also being planned.
“We chose to start commercial operations in India because of the availability of diverse engineering capabilities and technical profiles, plus access to quality residues for feedstock for our biofuel and associated commodities,” says MASH Makes CEO Jakob Bejbro Andersen. “Joining this alliance solidifies our commitment to support sustainable energy innovation in India and Denmark, and to scale our company and impact the rest of the world.”
MASH Makes joins several Denmark’s largest international companies in the alliance, including A.P Moller-Maersk, Topsoe, Novozymes, and Danfoss.
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Using the idea of gigaton thinking, MASH offers a unique thermochemistry-based platform where biomass residues can be converted into valuable energy, soil amendment, and carbon market commodities. The MASH Platform is designed to grow aggressively to meet the demands of these markets, while at the same time achieving an enormous impact on GHG reductions, biodiversity, and social dimensions. Learn more at mashmakes.com