FDC-TX concentrates it energy efforts in the Biomass, Biofuels and Co-Generation energy sectors. Besides the standard plants used to create energy, we have available a number of specialized varieties that perform very well in semi-arid and extreme temperature environments. Plus they do not compete with the food crops.
Biodiesel and Ethanol: can be produced from a wide array of plant sources, including: Sugar Cane, Jatropha, Guayule, Jajoba, Camelina, Palm Oil, Agave and other standard crops.
Biomass: A number of methods of converting fibrous materials into motor fuels is now available that develops a sustainable source of energy. These include Algae, grasses, straws, and wood waste.
Co-Generation: can be developed from using forage wastes, biogasse and custom grasses. The “Stem to Steam” concept can create a large volume of sustainable energy. The forage waste stream can be converted into “Fuel Pellets” for ease of shipping and marketing.
Innovation & adaptability are used in the design, construction & operation of these modern energy systems. Often these project can support regions that lack adequate electrical power generation & distribution.