Manage your biomass waste or rest streams in a carbon negative way?

Make a positive impact on your business bottom-line while mitigating climate change? The ambition of TerraWatt Regenerative is to remove 50 Mton of carbon per year. Certified.

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Your company or organisation can make a positive contribution to mitigate the impact of climate change removing carbon from the atmosphere, hence reducing your carbon footprint, by converting your waste or rest-streams into biochar, a high value biobased raw material, that stores carbon almost permanently.

During this conversion as a by-product renewable energy is also produced which you can use to heat your buildings or as a power (electricity, steam) source for machines in your factory. This can result into a substantial saving on your energy expenses and offers you an opportunity to disconnect your current gas supply and replace it with renewable heat.


If you have a waste or rest stream disposal challenge and are still dependent on natural gas the installation of a carbonisation or gasification machine at your site might be an interesting option for you to explore with us!  We work with innovative partners who have developed proven technology for the production of biochar and renewable energy from various biomass rest streams like agricultural residues, paper pulp, animal manure, sewage sludge, spent coffee grounds, forestry and pruning waste just to mention a few.


Pyreg P500

Key performance data: up to 750 tons/year biomass input, 200 tons biochar/year output, up to 150 kWth rest heat potential


Mavitec gasifier

Key performance data: up to 20000 tons/year biomass input, max 5000 tons biochar/year output, up to 5.5 - 6.1 MWth rest heat potential/year


Pyreg P1500

Key performance data: up to 2130 tons/year biomass input, max 530 tons biochar/year, up to 750 kWth rest heat potential

Feasibility Study

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TerraWatt Regenerative strongly recommends before installing a machine to first do a feasibility study to determine if the installation of such a system at your location adds value for your business and if there is a business case. Above all, we have a real passion for delivering change through biochar and pyrolysis solutions

If you are currently using high amounts of natural gas for your production facilities or to heat your office buildings the renewable heat generated by the machine can bring you substantial savings on your energy expenses and support you in meeting your carbon net zero ambitions. We will make a calculation of the total fossil fuel replacement potential within your operations when using biomass as a new energy source



Biochar shows promise in mitigating climate change and improving soil quality, as well as reducing organic waste and producing renewable energy as a by-product. But what exactly is biochar and how is it made?

Biochar is a charcoal-like substance that’s made by heating (ideally between 500-800 degrees Celsius) biomass from agricultural and forestry waste or rest streams (also called feedstock) in a controlled process with little or no oxygen called pyrolysis. Other very similar technologies used are gasification or carbonisation. Although it is very similar to charcoal, biochar is produced at relatively high temperatures to reduce the risk of contamination and stabilise the carbon in the biomass. During the conversion, the biomass is converted into biochar that can be used for multiple regenerative applications. At the same time energy that resides in the biomass is captured. This renewable energy can be used to replace fossil gas or electricity.

Biochar is carbon negative as a result of the transformation of the carbon in biomass into stable biochar which can remain sequestered in soils for hundreds and even thousands of years. The result is a net removal of CO2.



The most known application of biochar is as a soil amendment that can store carbon into the soil for hundreds of years. But biochar can also be a carbon sink when applied as a sustainable building material. The building and road construction industry is one of the industries with the highest amount of CO2 emissions.

Biochar is a very versatile material that can be applied in many different ways in multiple industries.

It has excellent absorption qualities which makes it a good filter medium for heavy metals recycling in water or air. Research has shown that biochar is also very effective in absorbing ammonia, methane and nitrogen in soil, manure or air. There are countless opportunities where biochar can be of high value



There is a growing number of partners looking for real carbon negative solutions and active project development in the field of biochar and the regenerative approach. Join the movement


We work with professional investors and committed partners for the long term. We are embarking on an ambitious plan and we are looking forward to work with you and develop impact-full solutions


We are on a unique mission to create the Regenerative Economy and we’re looking for people who share our vision.  Get your black-belt Regenerating the Planet.