Clean Energy Technologies Inc. (CETY) plans to complete ongoing development work for four renewable energy processing facilities utilizing residuals of managed forestry activities and commission plants by 2023-2024. Located in the northeast markets, these sites will demonstrate the commercial use of the company’s high temperature ablative fast pyrolysis reactor (HTAP) system.
CETY is focusing on HTAP applications for industrial and municipality solid waste, landfill waste, agriculture waste and forestry waste. The Costa Mesa, Calif.-based company will use a pyrolysis system for processing of organic waste in high temperature producing renewable high heating value fuel gas and value-added chemicals. The benefits of this system are:
- Better waste sourcing and mixing flexibility.
- Near-zero emissions.
- Modular design.
- Zero liquid discharge.
- Zero solid waste residue waste.