Green Energy Solutions

As an environmentally conscious Organization, we have partnered with the world’s top manufactures in Wind, Solar, and gasification to offer a complete solution to significantly decrease or eliminate pollution.

Renewable energy is sustainable as it is obtained from sources that are inexhaustible (unlike fossil fuels). Renewable energy sources include wind, solar, biomass, geothermal and hydro, all of which occur naturally on our planet.

Renewable energy comes from natural sources that are constantly and sustainably replenished. These green energy solutions will make our families healthier, more secure, and more prosperous by improving air quality, reducing our reliance on fossil fuels, curbing global warming, adding good jobs to the economy and — when they’re properly sited — protecting environmental values such as habitat and water quality. Working together, policymakers, communities, businesses, investors, utilities, and farmers can help build a sustainable future for our planet.

WIND ENERGY

Wind energy costs about the same as electricity from new coal- and gas-fired power plants. And it’s pollution-free.

SOLAR ENERGY

Inexhaustible and cheaper than ever, solar energy now powers everything from portable radios to homes, stores and neighborhoods.

BIOMASS ENERGY AND CELLULOSIC ETHANOL

Plant materials, such as wood, corn, and soy, account for nearly half the renewable energy in America

BIOGAS ENERGY

Farmers can reduce pollution and generate their own heat and electricity by converting animal waste into a clean-burning gas.

GEOTHERMAL ENERGY

Reservoirs of steam and hot water beneath the earth’s surface hold enormous potential as a renewable energy resource.

HYDROPOWER

Energy from moving water is the largest source of renewable electricity in the United States. While water is a renewable resource, rivers themselves are not.

WIND, WAVE, AND TIDAL ENERGY

 Renewable energy holds great promise, and can be developed in a way that protects our ocean resources.

 

Let us imagine the worst case scenario:

What would you do if a energy crisis began today? Oil Embargo, terrorism or Natural Disasters. The Risk is high and credible.
Gasification is a proven technology that helped millions of people survive during the Second World War. Gasification allowed farmers to grow crops, food to be transported, and electricity to be generated.

Downdraft gasification is an alternative energy technology that converts biomass materials such as wood into energy. Biomass is mainly composed of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen. When these elements meet in a controlled high temperature state, they combine together to become hydrogen gas, methane, and carbon monoxide. All of these gasses are combustible!

Wood chips are the preferred gasification fuel. However, fuel can be successfully produced from multiple biomass materials like, mill cut-offs, corncobs, corn stover, straw, peanut husks, walnut shells, dense biomass pellets, and exec.

 

 Our Gasification solutions feature:

  •  Gasification reactor feed systems that have proven incredibly robust and reliable.
  •  Advanced fluidized bed gasification reactor designs that are fuel flexible and scalable.
  • Gas cleaning technologies producing clean, tar free, and particulate free syngas suitable for use in catalytic processes for renewable fuels renewable chemicals, or engines.

Gasification Solutions

Waste to Energy Continues to Gain Steam

The consumption habits of modern consumer lifestyles are causing a huge worldwide waste problem. Having overfilled local landfill capacities, many first world nations are now exporting their refuse to third world countries. This is having a devastating impact on ecosystems and cultures throughout the world. Some alternative energy companies are developing new ways to recycle waste by generating electricity from landfill waste and pollution. The articles on this page explore waste to energy technology and potential.

Biomass Gasification offers several core benefits:

  • Carbon Neutrality
  • Sustainability
  • Economic Benefits
  • National Fuel Independence