Eco Energy International, LLC
Eco Energy International is a joint venture of Bio Carbon Fuels (BCF) and Energy Technologies, Inc. (ETI), working together to develop and commercialize technologies to produce clean renewable energy from waste. Our patented, modular, scalable technologies produce pure hydrogen at costs rivaling those of large scale facilities, but without releasing greenhouse gases (CO2, CO) that traditional processes produce. By using renewable feedstocks, this hydrogen is considered green (renewable) hydrogen that is in high demand in a growing market. These feedstocks include:
- Municipal Solid Waste (MSW): Paper, Wood, Food Wastes, and other Organic Materials)
- Agricultural Solid Waste (ASW): Animal, Crop and other Agricultural Wastes
- Food Industry Waste (FIW): Food Processing, Meat Processing and Food Service Wastes; Fryer Oils, Potato Peels, etc.
- Lumber Industry Waste (LIW): Forest Slash Piles, Woodchips, Sawdust, etc.
- Alcohols: Methanol, Ethanol, Crude Ethanol, E95, Ethylene Glycol, Glycerol (byproduct from bio-diesel plant)
- Sugars, Starches: Glucose, Fructose, Corn Starch, Potato Starch, etc.
- Methane Gases: Landfill Gas, Bio-Gas, etc.
- Biomass: Grass, Algae, Cellulose, etc.
When applying our technologies to Municipal Solid Wastes, we produce renewable hydrogen from the biogenic (organic) materials that can be dissolved in our caustic solution and syngas from the balance of materials. This means that these materials are not landfilled and producing harmful greenhouse gases. Metals and glass are separated and recycled. The net result is a Total Recovery Facility (TRF) that produces renewable energy while significantly reducing the carbon footprint and reducing dependence on landfills, all at a profit.
Bio Carbon Fuels, LLC is a California company developing renewable energy and fuels projects, especially in the bioenergy space, with several projects at different stages of development. BCF’spatented technologies take in biogenic or carbon-based feedstocks (such as wood, MSW, agricultural waste, and industrial waste) and convert them into solid engineered fuel through a patented process of drying, shredding, and condensing, and then taking this engineered fuel and converting it into syngas to use to generate power or produce biofuels while recycling the residual metals and glass.
Energy Technologies, Inc. (ETI) is an Ohio company producing critical power products for the defense, industrial and petrochemical industries that has an additional (25) US and International patents covering hydrogen production technologies for the low cost direct conversion of multiple feedstocks into pure hydrogen without producing greenhouse gas as a by-product.