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Methanex and MOL Complete First-Ever Net-Zero Voyage Fuelled by ISCC-Certified Bio-Methanol

Methanex, the world's largest producer of methanol, and Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL), one of the world's largest shipping companies, have successfully completed the first-ever net-zero voyage powered by ISCC-certified bio-methanol. This historic milestone marks a significant step toward decarbonizing the shipping industry and mitigating climate change impacts.

This achievement underscores the importance of utilizing renewable and low-carbon fuels in the shipping industry to accelerate the transition toward a more sustainable future. Bio-methanol, as a renewable fuel, has the potential to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions compared to traditional fossil fuels. It also aligns with the International Maritime Organization's (IMO) goals to reduce the shipping sector's total annual greenhouse gas emissions by at least 50 percent by 2050.

Meo Carbon Solutions supported our long-term partner Methanex Corporation for this project.

Monitoring Bioeconomy Released its New Platform

Monitoring Germany's transition into a bio-based, climate-neutral and circular economy is crucial to ensure the country is progressing toward environmentally and socially sustainable economic growth.

Monitoring Bioeconomy released its new platform for researchers, policymakers and stakeholders interested in Germany's transition to a bioeconomy. The website provides up-to-date information on the latest developments, trends and opportunities in the field of bioeconomy. Additionally, it features a comprehensive database of relevant publications, reports and events alongside tools and resources for monitoring and evaluating the impact of bioeconomy activities.

In order to ensure Germany achieves its National Bioeconomy Strategy goals, we need balanced information on the opportunities and risks to help with adopting sustainable practices that benefit both the economy and environment. This new website is a valuable resource for promoting the development of sustainable bioeconomy initiatives that can contribute to a more resilient and environmentally-friendly future in Germany and around the world.

Meo Carbon Solutions and our sister company GRAS Global Risk Assessment Services took part in Symobio 1.0 to develop the scientific basis for the systemic monitoring and modeling of the bioeconomy. This website was developed as part of the follow-up project, Symobio 2.0.


Meo Carbon Solutions recently joined around 200 other representatives of the growing media industry at the German Torf and Humus Day 2023, hosted by Industrieverband Garten eV (IVG). The event offered presentations and discussions on new research, challenges and opportunities for peat reduction alongside a panel discussion between political parties and industry experts.

During the event, Meo had the opportunity to represent the ongoing project on the development of an international certification system for peat substitutes and to make the first public appearance of the system under the new name HORTICERT. HORTICERT is an international certification system that ensures ecological, social and economic sustainability for peat substitutes and growing media.

But why is Meo Carbon Solutions developing an international certification system for peat substitutes? According to the German National Peat Reduction Strategy, the use of peat in hobby gardening must be ended by 2026 and largely reduced in professional landscaping and horticulture by 2030. This is because peat is one of the most common components of potting soil for both hobby gardening and professional landscaping and horticulture. 

However, peatlands are home to rare plants and animals that have adapted to the extreme and unique conditions of bogs around the world, and peat extraction destroys these habitats. Additionally, peatlands store twice as much carbon dioxide as forests, and peat extraction not only eliminates these carbon sinks but also releases high levels of greenhouse gases into our atmosphere.

Stay tuned for more information about HORTICERT as we pave the way for a greener, sustainable future.

We really appreciated our collaboration with Meo which allowed us to greatly improve our carbon assessment skills and to make significant progress on the carbon strategy at group level. We particularly valued the competence, flexibility and availability of the team.

Catherine Rehbinder, Sucafina

Meo Carbon Solutions convinced us with their competent, professional and fast
implementation of our project. We can recommend the company to others.

Project Partner, Europe

We have worked together with Meo Carbon Solutions many times in the past and the cooperation was always highly professional and their expert knowledge has
contributed significantly to the success of our project.

International Research Institution

Thanks to MCS for their help and support in developing and implementing our project to increase sustainability on our production site.

Project Partner, Asia

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