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Our Patented Bioenergy Process


Our PEG biomass catalytic oxidization technology is quickly gaining popularity because:

  • it is very reliable because biomass energy can be created from anything combustible
  • biomass energy is uninterrupted 24/7 unlike solar and wind that needs sun or relies on nature
  • our process reduces harmful greenhouse gasses and the effects of climate change
  • bioenergy reduces our dependance on other countries for fossil fuels that pollute the environment
  • the biomass process supports the agriculture and forestry industries
  • biomass releases virtually zero CO2 emissions with no Dioxins or Furans unlike power from oil, coal or natural gas
  • it rids the world of toxic garbage, overflowing landfill sites and infectious diseases that arise such as the deadly mad cow disease, the avian flu, E. Coli virus and malaria
  • unlike traditional vaporization our PEG system creates environmentally friendly steam, not syngas!

Common sources for biomass energy:

  • Forestry crops & residue
  • Agricultural crops & residue
  • Animal residues
  • Industrial residues
  • Municipal solid waste
  • Sewage

Most organics are combustible therefore catalytic oxidization technology has become one of the most effective methods to purify exhaust gases with hydrocarbons. This technology turns one ton of waste into 1 megawatt of electricity.

Our Catalytic Oxidization System Difference…

The PEG system is one of the cleanest waste to
energy solutions available to our planet today.
Who can argue with clean renewable energy?

– Partner PEG

Partners Energy Group’s patented Catalytic Oxidation System which we refer to as “Megawatt in a Box” is a unit with a 32 square meter footprint (4 meter wide by 8 meter long). Our “Megawatt in a Box” biomass machine uses medium temperatures in a low oxygen environment to cause organic materials to lose moisture, reduce, and decompose into an inert material with virtually no emissions meeting all of the EPA, EU and UK standards.

Our Catalytic Oxidation System differs from traditional vaporization.
We create STEAM – NOT syngas.

What sets apart our “Megawatt in a Box” Catalytic Oxidation System:

  • over 20 years in development with several proprietary patents and patents pending
  • an efficient environmentally friendly hybrid evolution of the traditional gasification process
  • our process only creates steam – not syngas, making it a popular choice
  • it takes the natural decomposition process of organic waste and accelerates it
  • extremely robust due to modular size (400 square feet)
  • each module and site location is monitored, managed and maintained in real
    time using a SCADA system (supervisory control and data acquisition)
  • can use any organic or fossil based carbonaceous material to create green energy
  • internally recycles all gases until they are consumed and virtually disappear
  • molecularises waste; does not burn it so no CO2 or pollutants are created
  • once started, no external power is required to run it because it is self‐perpetuating making it incredibly energy efficient
  • attaches to a “closed water” steam generator
  • one module generates 1 MW of electricity per hour
  • one module uses 1 ton of feedstock per hour
  • creates meaningful, measurable reductions in GHG (greenhouse gases)
  • continuously converts waste into energy rich gas which is then oxidized to
    release thermal energy to drive turbines to create electricity


Decrease air pollution
Incineration has emissions that badly pollute the air. Vaporization has less emissions but still has faults because is an uncontrolled burn. Our Catalytic Oxidation System biomass machine is a totally contained, controlled process that only creates steam (not syngas) making it the perfect power source.

Clean our water supply
With organic waste disappearing from our planet with our machine, decaying garbage will not be sitting in landfill sites rotting and contaminating our water sources with deadly diseases, toxins and bacteria like mad cow disease, malaria, E. Coli and the avian flu viruses.

Uninterrupted energy supply
With our growing population putting enormous strain on our power supply grid, our waste-to-energy plan will solve issues and concerns such as black outs and the need for rotating brown outs because harmful waste will be efficiently converted into power and fed back into the grid. Although solar and wind energies are helpful green energy sources, they are dependant on nature to create power, unlike our biomass system that effectively creates uninterrupted power 24/7.


Why Plasma Gasification is the Perfect Power Solution

While organic waste has been burned, or incinerated, for decades to create heat and electricity and eliminate waste, the ‘plasma gasification’ process we use in our PEG Catalytic Oxidation System represents significant advances over incineration or traditional gasification methods.

Catalytic Oxidization does not involve combustion, (or burning), but instead uses intense pressure combined with oxygen or air to convert carbon-based materials directly into gas. The gasification process breaks these materials down to the molecular level, so impurities can be relatively easily and inexpensively removed.

Here is a comparison of three types of waste-to-energy methods:

Incineration is simply burning. Burning requires oxygen either in the air or as a pure feed. When a substance is burnt, it is oxidized. If we burn hydrocarbons like those found in waste we typically get lots of CO2 and some water H2O. Waste is seldom pure and a lot of toxic substances are formed. These toxic substances are released to the atmosphere in smoke if it is not scrubbed.

Traditional Gasification is the heating of waste material (approx 700°C) using less oxygen than incineration to produce oils, char (ash) and syngas, which requires ‘scrubbing’ (cleaning) to remove the particulates, hydrocarbons and soluble matter. Power consumption in the gasification and syngas conversion processes may be significant. It is true that gasification does release some CO2, but that is significantly less than what is produced by incineration.

Plasma gasification runs at about 5,500 degrees Celsius with no-oxygen and immediately breaks everything down to its basic molecular structure. It is very energy efficient and the only residue is an inert vitrified slag like clean sand which can be used to make aggregate for construction. With plasma gasification environmentally friendly steam is the by product, not syngas. Plasma gasification releases virtually no CO2, causing its recent growth in popularity over traditional gasification. We use this technology in our PEG Catalytic Oxidation System