Silent ICO (SLNT Token): CO2-Neutral M99 Methanol Synthesis Plants?

What Is Silent?

Silent Technologies is into the production and installation of the CO2 neutral industrial methanol synthesis plants. It also does research on the new modular technologies to give private households the concept as well. According to their website, Silent power projects were made based on the success story of the silent-power AG and those who are behind it.

The aim of this company is to improve further the technology and tools for a comprehensive ecosystem that is sustainable and environmentally friendly. The Silent-Power Ltd focuses on the research and development, operation, construction, and maintenance of the methanol synthesis plants that are able to capture the carbon IV emissions and make ethanol out of it. Methanol can be used as fuel or for many other purposes.

Silent SLNT Token ICO Details

The private token sale is open until August 31, 2018 whereas the presale starts on September 1, 2018. During the private sale, there’s up to 50 percent discount on the tokens.

Parameters Of The ICO

  • Token Symbol: SLNT
  • Token Price: 1 SLNT = 0.15 CHF
  • Accepted Payment Method: ETH
  • Soft Cap: 3,000,000 CHF
  • Hard Cap: 28,000,000 CHF

The Problem Silent Seeks To Solve

Methanol is one of the best and most promising fuels according to research and so there has not been much production and supply in the local market. Silent Technology seeks to solve this problem, which has existed for quite a while. This happens when the Silent Tech turns energy into wine, opens new business opportunities for the company, and helps to substantially store and make money from the produced energy during the low peak times.

The Silent CO2-Neutral M99 Methanol Synthesis Plants Solution

The technology used by Silent Tech allows the green energy producers to convert energy into methanol efficiently, on site. The technology will be improved to increase the production and this will lead to the creation of the small units that can be able to synthesize methanol efficiently on a small scale.

By focusing on the renewable sources of energy and methanol, Silent Technologies will be able to actively co-create a future in which it will be easy to store, produce, and use energy. This is in addition to making the process flexible and efficient.

Silent Features

Methanol synthesis is usually done on site, thus generating energy in a way that is always sustainable. Silent Technology has proven R&D capabilities and innovation pipeline to carry out this process.

Silent Technology is part of the ecosystem that already exists and it covers both the demand and supply for methanol. The Silent team has great experience of more than 40 years in the industry with proven expertise.

Silent On-Site Production

Silent technology has a tiny power plant called Econimo, it is possible to install it on the site where the customer needs it, and it measures about 3.3 x 1.5m. The power plant is powered by methanol and can produce power, heat, or cold thus making it suitable for very large buildings and office complexes.

All the energy is produced without any traces of smoke and only CO2 and condensed water are visible, which are emitted from the process of burning methanol. The plants are able to operate separately and can be remotely monitored.

Since 2016, the first Econimo has been operational, out in the field. The Econimo mass production is about to start in the next five years and the plan is to release about 2500 Econimo machines.

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