FDC-Texas

Biomass and Biofuels

FDC concentrates its energy efforts in the: Biomass, Biofuels, and Co-Generation energy sectors.

Besides the standard plants used to create sustainable energy, we have available several specialized varieties that perform very well in semi-arid and extreme temperature environments. These sources additionally do not compete with the food crops.

Biodiesel and Ethanol
 

Biodiesel and Ethanol can be produced from a wide array of plant sources including Sugar Cane, Jatropha, Guayule, Jojoba, Camelina, Palm Oil, Agave, and other standard crops.    

Biomass

A number of methods that convert fibrous materials such as algae, grasses, straws, and wood waste into motor fuels are now available. These processes create a sustainable source of energy.

Co-Generation
 

Co-Generation can be developed by using forage wastes, biogas, 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, ” allowing for easy shipping and marketing.