Municipal Waste to Clean Fuel

Our breakthrough technology processes Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) into hydrogen fuel without emitting Greenhouse Gases.

Cleaner Hydrogen From Coal

Find out about our breakthrough technology to process coal into hydrogen fuel without emitting Greenhouse Gases.

Eco Energy International® is Powering the Future!

Cost Effective, Eco-Friendly, Energy Solutions

Cost Effective, Eco-Friendly Hydrogen Production

  • eco h2The demand for merchant market hydrogen (H2) is expected to grow twenty-fold by the year 2030.
  • States like California are now requiring that upwards of 33% of all H2 must be produced from renewable sources.
  • Utilizing various biogenic feedstocks to make H2  producing clean fuel at a lower cost compared to traditional methods.
  • Eco H2 bio reformation produces hydrogen from renewables and:
    • – can produce hydrogen competitive to large scale reformers
    • – is modular and scalable to meet almost any demand
    • – can be located near end use reducing transportation costs
    • – sequesters all carbon resulting in a negative carbon footprint
    • – byproduct carbonate can be sold, landfilled or recycled
    • – can use solid, gaseous and liquid renewable feedstocks

Renewable Diesel Fuel from Municipal Solid Waste, Biomass or other Carbon Sources

EEI’s patented Bio-Carbon driers are part of a process to revolutionize fuel production. Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) is processed into Diesel to reduce waste disposal issues while outputting fuel.

Advantages of EEI’s Renewable Diesel Process:Bio Carbon Fuels

    • Unlike Bio-Diesel, Renewable diesel doesn’t contain ­oxygen, meaning it does not have a few of the downsides of bio-diesel.
      • higher freezing temperature
      •  Storeable for  longer periods before separating.
    • Renewable diesel has the same chemical structure as petroleum diesel, so it can be used in engines designed for petroleum diesel fuels.
    • No need to blend Renewable Diesel with fossil-fuel diesel.
    • Renewable diesel also burns cleaner, with less pollution, than biodiesel or petroleum fuels.
    • production is modular and scale-able to meet almost any demand
    • production can be located near end use, reducing transportation costs

Hydrogen Market Forces & Forecast


  • Historically, the hydrogen energy market has been centered on the petroleum refinery and chemical manufacturing sectors.
  • “Increased energy demand, requirements to use renewable energy, growth in the cleantech backup power market, and the deployment of a growing number of fuel cell-powered vehicles in the transport sector will all push overall demand for hydrogen as a fuel to unprecedented levels.”-Kerry-Ann Adamson,  Navigant
  •  According to a recent report from Navigant Research, hydrogen consumption for non-traditional applications (outside the petroleum and chemical sectors) will grow from 168 million kilograms in 2013 to nearly 3.5 billion kilograms in 2030.
  • States are starting to mandate that 33% of all H2 production be from renewable sources: commonly called “green” hydrogen
  • Today most of the hydrogen is produced using Steam Methane Reformers (SMR) which use non-renewable natural gas as the feedstock: that is why it is referred to as “brown” hydrogen
  • SMR technology produces large amounts of CO2 (greenhouse gas) as a by-product
  • SMRs must be large, centralized plants to be economical resulting in high transportation costs to the merchant market
  • Navigant Research forecasts a 20 fold increase in the H2 merchant market to $50 billion by 2030 with stationary fuel cells, fuel cell vehicles and energy storage being major contributors.

Introducing Base Facilitated Reformation (BFR)


  • process flowWe have developed the eco-friendly reformation process to produce
    high purity hydrogen from a wide variety of renewable feedstocks:
    thus it is considered “green” hydrogen
  • The BFR process has no greenhouse gas emissions (no CO or CO2 released into the atmosphere) making it even more eco-friendly
  • The BFR process is modular and scalable allowing hydrogen production near the point of use, minimizing transportation costs
  • BFR delivered hydrogen costs to the end customer are far less than traditional merchant hydrogen

Fuel Sources

“Landfill Gas to Hydrogen”


1800 kg/day Bio Reformation module (on the left) is producing the equivalent of 1 Megawatt of power per day.
Landfill Methane to H2

Containerized Hydrogen Reformation System


Scalable from 100 kg to 2000 kg of H2 per day per module – equivalent to 1.15 megawatts of power Multiple modules can operate in parallel for greater capacity.

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