Sustainable Clean Energy

  • Client: AB
  • Date: Thursday, 14 November 2013

Sustainable Clean Energy.  This is a project designed to consume a range of organic wastes in a carbon negative cycle and deliver clean, sustainable and cost effective base load energy.

The following is an overview of the opportunity to develop pyrolysis power stations, providing cost effective base load power, in a holistic, sustainable business model.  The project is ideally suited to small scale generation in regional centres and provides additional economic advantages to local councils and rural and regional communities.

Pyrolysis is not new and the science is well understood, but the model and the technology proposed to be implemented in this project is ground-breaking, highly advanced and fully scalable.  A sustainable power station should provide:

  • Reliable base load power, 24 hours per day
  • Power that is carbon neutral or ideally carbon negative
  • Power which is not dependant upon fossil fuels
  • Power which can efficiently meld with the existing power grid
  • Power which will support new industries and associated employment opportunities

An ongoing income stream from sustainable power is generated by:

  • Sale of electricity generated
  • Sale of Bio char and fuel oil from the pyrolysis process
  • Waste disposal for Agriculture and Industry
  • Savings to local government in existing waste disposal costs
  • Consultative income

The first plant is well advanced in planning and is proposed for Moree, NSW and will be used as an operation test facility for verification of all parameters in a local setting.

Sophisticated investors have an opportunity to participate in this exciting proposal.  For a more detailed information document please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 0421 565 445.