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From waste-to-energy to clean water, we have the solution for tomorrow's challenges.

Turning waste into energy, wealth, and clean water.


Introducing Easy Energy Climate Capital

The investment objective of Easy Energy Finance (EEF) is to generate a growing - passive income for investors of Easy Energy Climate Capital. The revenue generated from this will be used to fund and implement the Modular Microbe Production Systems worldwide to help fight against the global food and fertilizer shortage predicted by the UN. Future profits from these systems will fund additional systems worldwide, in addition to providing ongoing profit-sharing.  Unlike risky cryptocurrency funds and other blockchain ventures, Easy Energy Climate Capital is backed by an actual physical asset.

What is climate capital?

Climate Capital refers to our issuance of a security representing actual physical assets and reliable profit-sharing arrangements. Easy Energy Climate Capital securities are issued under Regulation D 506(c) exemption and Regulation S.

Our goal is for plant operators to pay modest lease rental charges while a negotiated share of profits and a significant share of the plant’s profits will be paid to Easy Energy Climate Capital holders for the entire life of the system. These recurring profits across many installed systems greatly increase the rate of return.

Easy Energy Climate Capital makes contributing to the health of our planet attainable for all! This investment opportunity allows you to become a part of our mission to provide clean water, clean energy, and productive agricultural land while realizing a portion of the profits of the amazing technologies which make these things possible.
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Innovative approach.

For over a decade, “mega plants” have failed to deliver economic solutions. They took years to deploy, required large capital investments, and made losing bets on outdated technologies and the wrong feedstocks.

We solve a major problem that plagues the alternative and green energy industry: how to meet the immediate capital cost of state-of-the-art technologies, which can be significant before profitable operations begin?

Easy Energy Systems' small to mid-size distributed plants allow for waste conversion technologies to be located much closer to the source of the various converted waste streams.
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Solving agricultural waste problems.

Agriculture and forestry aren’t obvious Greenhouse Gas villains, but this isn’t the case.  These sectors accounted for over ten percent of U.S. greenhouse gas emissions in 2018, including carbon dioxide emissions from agricultural electricity consumption.

When food rots in a landfill, it produces huge amounts of methane — a greenhouse gas at least 28 times as potent as carbon dioxide. 

Easy Energy Systems' patented equipment can consume any organic raw material, many of which are considered to be agricultural waste, forest fire clean-up waste, or localized energy crops not traditionally grown in the large quantities needed by the “mega plants.”

As EES continues its growth, new feedstocks and testing protocols will enable their utilization for successful and economical biofuel conversion.
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Who we are.

Easy Energy Finance (EEF) raises capital in crypto markets for the Green Economy, via regulated security tokens, providing the funds required to buy and install equipment. 

We solve the world’s major problems – turning waste into green energy, wealth, and clean water.

EEF has been set up to promote the supply of Easy Energy Systems' clean energy waste conversion carbon capturing units by selling security tokens to cover the capital cost of its Modular Energy Production System, (MEPS®).

Our innovative technology consumes organic waste, sequesters carbon, and produces biofuel, biochar, distributed bioelectricity, soil enhancing microbes and other valuable by-products to help the world rapidly reduce carbon and methane emissions. 

The bioenergy industry continues to undergo a period of record growth and expansion. In 2020, the United States led the world in biofuel production producing 14 billion gallons, or half of the total output. Forecasts project US production more than doubling to 32 billion gallons, and global production rising to 64 billion gallons by 2025.

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