Municipal Waste Solutions
EOS Chemical Process Modules co-generate clean power and commodity chemical streams from municipal Solid Waste.
Municipalities with EOS installations realize substantial benefit from simultaneously disposing of carbon based waste streams while producing power. EOS processing modules respond instantly to electric loads, allowing users to run continuously and/or during peak power demand periods. In this way, municipalities reduce dependence on peak power providers.
EOS chemical process technology takes advantage of a new class of high efficiency alkaline fuel cells that utilize primary alcohol feedstocks as the anode fuel, such as those produced via syngas or fermentation processes from municipal waste streams.
This electrochemical conversion is quantitative. Intermediate oxidation products, such as aldehydes, are not produced. Further, the oxidation stops completely at the carboxylic acid and shows no evidence of cleaving carbon-carbon bonds. NDCPower fuel cell process technology will not produce CO2. Process streams are aqueous alkaline solutions and operating conditions are mild with low pressures and temperatures typically less than 100ºC.
Electrochemical conversion of an alcohol feedstock using EOS chemical process technology satisfies the TARP definition for installed fuel cell systems. As such, domestic investors will be eligible for up to $3000 per kW tax credit on installed modules. With proper application of tax credits, capex requirements for EOS Process Modules are substantially lowered and investors enjoy accelerated payback at very attractive rates.
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