Letter of Intent with Prażmów Municipality

July 21, 2023

By using forest residues while securing biodiversity, 5.6 gigatons CO2 can be avoided

March 13, 2023

The science is clear. Sustainably managed forests and clever used forest products have a better impact on climate than leaving the forest alone. By using forest residues while securing biodiversity, an amount of 5.6 gigatons CO2 until 2050 can be avoided in Europe. This is the result of a study by Professor Hubert Röder

Biomass Statement

September 7, 2022

Biomass comes in many shapes and forms and can be used in different ways. A good example is when wood is used for the construction of furniture and houses, and the carbon amassed by trees from the biosphere is locked into products that can last for decades.

BNR Zakendoen: CEO Niels Wage on Perpetual Carbon

June 20, 2022

On June, 20 2022 CEO Niels Wage was invited by BNR Zakendoen, on the occasion of the Series A investment round. Niels talked in depth about Perpetual Next's growth plans and the urgency of this in view of the (geopolitical) climate.

Press Release: Perpetual Next raises EURO 320 million of new capital in Series A financing round

June 15, 2022

Perpetual Next has acquired €320 million in new equity capital in a Series A financing round. The company will use the capital for technology acquisitions and projects aimed at carbon removal.

Perpetual Next joins XPRIZE Carbon Removal competition

April 13, 2022

Perpetual Next is proud to announce that team Perpetual Next is a verified participant to the USD 100 million XPRIZE Carbon Removal competition. We’re excited to be one of 1,133 teams registered for the competition.

Joint venture between Perpetual Next and Gasunie: new green gas plant coming to Delfzijl the Netherlands 

February 10, 2022

• Partnership in which Perpetual Next will produce syngas and green gas
• Gasunie will handle distribution – locally and via a national network
• Carbonisation of organic residual and waste flows means no use of fossil sources
• The plant will be built in the Delfzijl chemical cluster and be operational from 2024

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Press release: New CEO Perpetual Next committed to carbon removal

January 27, 2022

Niels Wage takes over the lead of climatetech company Perpetual Next as CEO, succeeding co-founder Martijn van Rheenen.

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In FD: Producer of green carbon plans IPO in Amsterdam

January 27, 2022

On January 23, 2022, Dutch newspaper FD published an article about Perpetual Next's intended IPO in 2025.

Digester Trinity (UK) delivers first green gas at end of November

November 19, 2021

The digester that Perpetual Next (85% interest) has built in Ellesmere Port, West England, is almost operational. The so-called Trinity project is in the commissioning phase and will deliver its first green gas by the end of November.

Agreement Perpetual Next with OMR Moerdijk

November 19, 2021

On 17 November, Perpetual Next signed an agreement with BNM Holding bv to acquire OMR Moerdijk in North Brabant. The legal transfer of the shares will take place in December.

Perpetual Next at Hydrogen & Carbon Capture Technology Expo in Bremen

October 22, 2021