The company develops a thermal/mechanical processor that directly inputs raw biomass, such as woodchips, crop residues, and non-food fuel crops, as well as produces distinct gas streams for catalytic upgrading to conventional hydrocarbon fuels.
Further, it develops catalytic conversion processes that mate with the processor's output gas streams to produce products, such as gasoline, synthetic diesel, and super fuels, as well as a type of char, which is used to sequester carbon and act as a soil conditioner.
Cool Planet Biofuels, Inc. was founded in 2009 and is based in Camarillo, California
Howard E. Janzen, CEO
Mike Cheiky, Founder
Michael Bulkowski, Fuel Production
Mr Mike Rocke, Business development
Cool Planet Energy Systems Announces $168 Million Investment in Louisiana Bio-Refineries
28 Jan 2015 Company profile update by Biofuel Digest
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