Easy Energy system’s 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.
We solve a major problem which 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?
For over a decade, “mega plants” have failed to deliver economic solutions, took years to deploy, required large capital investments, and made losing bets on outdated technologies and the wrong feedstocks.
Our patented factory-built modular approach allows more efficient and profitable cutting edge technologies to be connected together on site in various configurations:
Should any one module of a system become obsolete, simply remove this one module and replace it with a new more efficient technology. This is in contrast to the mega “stick built” plants that then often just sit dormant.
Should any plant site prove to no longer be profitable, simply pick up the self- contained modules and quickly relocate them to another more profitable site.
Easy Energy System's Modular Auto-Segmentation Modules
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 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.