CARBON NEGATIVE POWER

Recover resources. Produce power. Reduce carbon.

The solution.

Carbon-negative power from waste.

  • Non-emissive system that concentrates CO2 from the integrated engine and pyrolysis subsystems

  • Hybrid process improves total system efficiency

  • Produces lower cost renewable fuel

  • Generates Carbon-Negative Energy*

  • Improves ESG Sustainability metrics

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*Requires secure geologic storage.

The patented Semi-Closed Cycle System

Carbon is the point.

Carbon-negative energy goes beyond net zero carbon emissions.

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We believe in resource recovery.

  • Existing Waste to Energy exhaust too much CO2

  • Landfill space is expensive and limited

  • Valuable resource is being wasted 

  • We support the waste heirarchy 

The Problem.

Existing waste-to-energy plants use atmospheric incineration and are considered “carbon neutral.”  But they emit approximately 3,000 lbs of carbon dioxide per mega-watt hour produced (CO2 / MWH).

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Source: CLOE POISSON / CONNECTICUT MIRROR

Project Models

There are three carbon-negative waste to energy project models:

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Landfill / Digester Gas to Renewable Fuel / Energy

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Agricultural / Woody Biomass To Renewable Energy

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MRF Recycling Residue - MSW to Renewable Energy

  • Raw landfill

  • Biogas tail gas

  • SCC power system

  • Biogenic feedstock

  • Pyrolysis gasification system with SCC power system

  • Mixed biogenic/non-biogenic feedstock

  • Pyrolysis gasification system with SCC power system

We are seeking partners to develop carbon-negative systems:

  • Material Recycling Facilities (MRF)

  • Landfills / Biodigesters

  • Energy Facilities

  • Distribution Centers

  • Universities

  • Airports