DynaMotive Energy Systems Corporation (DYMTF) DynaMotive's BioOil is produced using patented technology that converts forest and agricultural wastes such as bark, sawdust and sugar cane bagasse into a liquid fuel. Unlike fossil fuels, BioOil is renewable, clean burning, low in emissions and is greenhouse gas neutral.
Green Energy Corp.'s (GEYC.PK) patented gasification technology converts biomass to a synthetic gas that can be burned to generate electricity, reformed to produce ethanol or used to feed solid oxide fuel cell. Biomass can be defined as material that is derived from living or recently living plant or animal organisms. "Since biomass is available in ever-growing quantities and often creates a disposal problem, it represents a source of energy that offers an economic advantage over fossil fuels that have to be produced and paid for," said R.A. (Dutch) Hildebrand, chief engineer of Green Energy Corp.
Laidlaw Energy Group (OTC.PK: LLEG) is engaged in the development of independent power plants that generate electricity from renewable resources. LLEG's mission is to build and manage a profitable portfolio of renewable energy facilities through development, acquisition, conversion of existing facilities and through partnering with manufactures that have significant electric and thermal needs. LLEG is headquartered in New York, New York. For more information on LLEG, please visit our website at NYENRG.com.
Methanex Corporation (TSX:MX; NASDAQ: MEOH) Methanex is a Vancouver based, publicly-traded company engaged in the worldwide production and marketing of methanol. Methanex shares are listed for trading on the Toronto Stock Exchange in Canada under the trading symbol "MX" and on the Nasdaq National Market in the United States under the trading symbol "MEOH".
W2 Energy Inc (OTC.PK: WWEN) biomass to energy plants utilize state of the art technologies to produce green energy both fuel (sulfur free diesel) and electricity at the most efficient cost in capital investment and production per/barrel, per/Megawatt.
WARREN & BAERG MANUFACTURING, INC. "Complete Cubing Systems" take clean nonrecycleable papers, cardboards and plastics, grind them to a suitable size and then densify them into a clean burning "fuel cube" that can be blended in with most other fuels.