The Current State of Renewables
Today’s world runs on petroleum fossil fuels. Carbon and methane emissions will continue to pollute, as the planet races toward 2 degrees Celsius of global warming. There will be billions of lives impacted, and damages in health through climate events. A strain on precious resources such as water, food, and energy with supply chains and logistics are ever increasing in a global economy.
Renewable fuels are the best path forward for the circular economy. According to the National Weather Service, 2016 and 2023 were the warmest years ever. Renewable fuels currently account for only 3% of total U.S. transportation fuel usage. However, fossil fuels still contribute to over 74% of U.S. greenhouse gas emissions.
The time is now to reverse this equation.
WEST COAST ENERGY PROCESS
TRANSFORMING THE WORLD’S WASTE INTO SUSTAINABLE FUELS
IT’S TRUE – THE WORLD’S TRASH IS OUR TREASURE.
Our patented technology converts all forms of biomass, organics, and green waste. By utilizing these waste streams, we cut methane gases emitted by carbon-based waste sources – landfills, agricultural crop and farming waste, and more – into fully renewable energy and fuels.
We work with California’s existing waste facilities to produce drop-in fuels and eco-friendly biopolymers and chemicals, ensuring cost efficiency and scalability, and substantial landfill carbon offsets reduction.
Our EcoGTL facility (gas to liquid) proven ability is a patented plant model. The facility is easy to construct, produces a significant amount of energy, and creates high paying green tech jobs of the future.
CALIFORNIA RENEWABLE FUEL IS
TO REPLACE FOSSIL FUEL
The state of California has mandated all over-the-road diesel fuel be a blend produced from renewable, non-food-competing sources. These have a carbon offset and are good for the planet.
By state law, this ratio increases through 2030, and maxes out at 100% renewable biofuels by 2030, as shown in this chart.
Climate Change in California
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