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For us, the commercial competitiveness of our plants when compared to conventional power plants will always be a primary concern. We do not use raw materials that could be used for food or the manufacture of other materials. We ensure optimum levels of efficiency, regardless of application.










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4-partite MoU signed for biomass gas and power generation plants at Republic of Marshall Islands on 25 November 2016 / Vier-Parteien MoU unterzeichnet am 25. November für Biomasse Gas- und Stromerzeugungsanlage auf den Marshall Islands

On 25 November 2016, A.H.T. signed a 4-partite Memorandum of Understanding for the installation of decentralised energy systems based on biomass feedstock. Fuel source will include remains from the coconut processing industries which form a substantial part of the island nation's economy. Co-signatories are the nation's state-owned investment and trade promotion agency, the Ministry of Resources and Development as well as the project developer and plant operator.

In a first step, a smaller scale plant with an electrical output of 200 kW will be installed. This is based on an earlier MoU which had been signed with the nation's state owned copra processing company. A.H.T. was selected based on its track record, the robust twin-fire technology which allows a broad range of feedstock utilisation and not least their outstanding support opportunities. A.H.T. installations at Hatfield/UK and Kesennuma/Japan were examined – the latter under participation of government representatives which were convinced by the base-load capability and industrial plant design to put A.H.T. installations into a wider community electrification context based on renewables and bio-waste.

Marshall Islands, which is one of the most endangered nations in regards of climate change and rising sea-levels, still meets most of its electricity demand by diesel generators at high costs per kWh.


Am 25. November unterzeichnete A.H.T. ein vier-Parteien Memorandum of Understanding zur Installation dezentraler Energieerzeugungssysteme basierend auf Biomasse. Zum Einsatz kommen Reste aus der Kokosnuss-Verarbeitungsindustrie, welche einen substanziellen Anteil an der Ökonomie der Inselnation darstellt. Mitunterzeichner sind die staatseigene Investitions- und Handelsagentur, das Ministerium für Rohstoffe und Entwicklung sowie der Projektentwickler bzw. Betreiber.

 In der ersten Phase wird eine Grundanlage mit einer elektrischen Leistung von 200 kW errichtet. Dieses Vorhaben basiert auf einem früheren MoU unter der Beteiligung der staatseigenen Unternehmens der Copra-verarbeitenden Industrie. A.H.T. erhielt die Beauftragung aufgrund ihrer Referenzen, der robusten Doppelfeuer-Technologie, die ein breites Einsatzspektrum von Biomasse erlaubt und nicht zuletzt aufgrund der vielfältigen Support-Möglichkeiten. Hierzu wurden die Referenzanlagen unter A.H.T. Beteiligung in Hatfield/UK und Kesennuma/Japan evaluiert – die letztere unter Beteiligung von Regierungsrepräsentanten der Marshall Islands. Diese waren überzeugt von der Grundlastfähigkeit sowie dem industriellen Anlagendesign, geeignet um die Insel-Gemeinschaften mit Strom aus erneuerbaren Energieträgern und Bioabfällen zu versorgen.  

Die Republik der Marshall-Inseln, eine aufgrund steigender Meeresspiegel die vom Klimawandel stark gefährdete Nation, deckt ihren Energiebedarf immer noch weitgehend durch Dieselgeneratoren verbunden mit hohen operativen Kosten.



22.07.2016 | MoU signed in Tokyo between A.H.T. Syngas N.V., Shova Shell KK und Kesennuma Regional Energy Development Co. Ltd.

A.H.T. Syngas Technology N.V. has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to cooperate with Showa Shell Sekiyu K.K., a Japanese Royal Dutch Shell group company, and KCE – Kesennuma Regional Energy Development Co. Ltd., on the study of the development of the Japanese market for advanced gasification technology projects.

KCE is our operating partner, who now owns and operates an A.H.T. gasification plant successfully in the city of Kesennuma on the northern shoreline of the main island Honshu. A.H.T. is a turnkey contractor for KCE.

A.H.T., as the German partner in the MoU, studies the possibility of modern gasification plants based on the proven twin fire technology within a medium size class ranging from 200 Kilowatt to 10 Megawatt. Showa Shell Sekiyu under this MoU is studying how the market demand for electric and thermal energy can be viably served, based on renewable feedstock which is available decentralized and locally, avoiding central nuclear and fossil sources. The results of the MOU study by A.H.T., Showa Shell Sekiyu, and KCE are expected in August 2016.

 “We are enthusiastic about the opportunities for our company in this region. Japan is an ideal market for a larger scale rollout of our technology. We are taking advantage of the high cost efficiency Japanese clients can generate with partners out of the Eurozone.” explains Gero Ferges, CEO of A.H.T. Syngas N.V.

The MoU was signed 06 July 2016 in Tokyo.

01.07.2016 | AHT-Aktie jetzt an der Börse Frankfurt im Entry-Standard
01.07.2016 | Aussichtsreiches Neuprojekt in Japan
09.06.2016 | Bericht über AHT Syngas im Magazin "Öko-Invest"
09.06.2016 | Zeichnungsscheine / Subscription Forms
24.05.2016 | Festlegung des Aktienpreises / Price for new shares

Price for new shares set at EUR 7,00

20.05.2016 | Aktionärsinformation zur Bezugsrechtsausübung / Direct subscription via download documents
18.05.2016 | Kapitalerhöhung / Investors Presentation [ENG]
22.03.2016: Prospectus for the Public Offering and inclusion to trading on the non-regulated market (Entry Standard of the Stock Exchange approved.)


22 March 2016

Prospectus for the Public Offering and inclusion to trading on the non-regulated market (Entry Standard of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange approved:

Today, The Netherlands Authority for the Financial Markets (AFM) approved the planned capital increase from 1.5 million to 2.5 million shares, together with the inclusion to the Entry Standard at Frankfurt Stock Exchange. As well, AFM sent the according notification to Germany's Federal Financial Supervisory Authority, the BaFin.

The proceeds from the planned increase of capital will be used for projects and joint ventures in South East Asia and China for significant emission reductions and decentralised power generation. 

Especially China's authorities are interested to foster targeted investments in order to lower carbon footprint and dust emissions.

>> Click here for the prospectus in English language and the respective summary in German language.