A Message from our Founder:

Envirepel Energy Inc. (EEI) was founded to convert waste, biomass, and coal into clean renewable forms of energy in ways that were environmentally responsible, compliant with today's environmental laws and profitable.

We evaluated many biomass and waste to energy project histories, which showed us very distinct success, and failure trends.  It made sense to us that in going forward, that we should look at history, study the failures and successes of those who tried to do this before, and apply what we find.  We should try to learn from the successes, and not repeat the failures.

The Envirepel "solution" is not a replay of 1980's vintage waste-to-energy (WTE) plants, which were developed exclusively for waste reduction via incineration, with electricity generation as a byproduct.  We are not selling equipment to others, nor are we building projects for equity investors who are only interested in money.  We are doing this for ourselves, and our Strategic partners.  

The Envirepel "solution" is directed at waste reduction to address landfill capacity, air and water pollution challenges, with a synergistic product being "clean" energy produced at high efficiency that makes money.  Do you think that a landfill owner would like to see their landfill not fill up and continue to have a profitable business long into the future?  How about reducing the amount of waste buried in, or above, the ground?  There just might be a few cities and counties that would be interested in seeing that long term liability, and expense, go away. 

I do believe we have designed one of the most straightforward and simple combustion processes our industry has ever seen.  It certainly has proven itself in our Research and Development work to be one of the cleanest combustion designs for solid fuels ever demonstrated from an emissions perspective.  Please take a look at our technical brief as a reference  http://www.envirepel.com/crt2.pdf  

We have proven that our system can make a gas out of solid fuels, burn that gas cleanly, generate heat from the process to produce steam in a boiler, and spin a turbine generator to make electricity.  The next step of converting CO2 into methane so we can produce bio-fuels is where you meet us in our story.

We believe in the importance of environmental stewardship with industrial development.  We believe in sustainable practices that are financially responsible yet profitable.  Most people assumed that we just meant producing electricity and keeping the parking lot clean, however, its a much larger picture.  Putting people back to work is just part of the effort, replacing the domestic supply of petroleum from the waste and available biomass in our country is our goal.

The first phase of our Strategic Plan is to build our first Ultra Low emissions Waste to Energy Facility and show our industry it works.  The next step is to build on landfills where we can take advantage of the infrastructure that already exists both in daily fuel supply (trucks coming to the landfills), and fuel reserves (buried waste).

The next phase of our effort will be to retrofit these first facilities with carbon dioxide scrubbers to harvest carbon from the exhaust of our facilities.  Then using the power plant's internal energy, we plan to put the thermal energy from our facility back into the carbon, and convert it back into methane or what most people would call natural gas.  Once you have methane, continuing the process to produce gasoline and diesel doesn't take long.

There is enough carbon contained in the waste that is buried every day in our Nation's landfills, stuff that we just throw away, that if it was recycled properly using our process, it could provide a significant portion of our Nation's liquid fuel needs.  The contract forests that are grown and managed for the paper industry could deliver about the same fuel supply as the waste stream.  However, if you consider the coal industry and the amount of CO2 produced there, we could produce enough gasoline, diesel, jet fuel and home heating oil to supply our entire Nation's petroleum needs.

We have created a carbon cycle that is sustainable, profitable, and funds conservation and environmental stewardship.  A single facility of ours will do more to reduce the levels of CO2 in our atmosphere than today's combined efforts of the whole of Europe.

We are different than any other early stage renewable energy company out there.  We have done our homework, we have built prototypes, and we have tasted them for three years.  If you go to YouTubeTM and search for Envirepel Energy, you will find videos of what we have built so far, and see our clean combustion R&D systems operating on wood, waste, and coal.

We have experienced painful lessons, which have delayed the execution of our plans, however, in my opinion, I think we are much better off for it as they have been "very diverse experiences" as Mr. Steve Jobs would have described them.  We are moving our first Project, Kittyhawk, and its equipment from California to an industrial site in Alabama that one of our shareholders has purchased.  In Alabama, there is room on this site where we can expand our original project from 2.8 MW to 18 MW and generate enough revenue to fund the future equity requirements of our next two projects.  

With the two projects running plus Kittyhawk, we can fund the construction of our next projects on landfills and coal sites without any Wall Street help.  

Prior to the passage of the Jobs Act of 2012, a private company was limited to 500 shareholders and $10 million in assets before it was deemed a "public" company.  At 370 shareholders with over $10 million in assets, we were limited to what we could do in raising funds, which is another reason we have been delayed.  Now that the limits changed to 2,000 shareholders and $50 million in assets, we can move forward again with haste.  We are in a perfect position to take our company forward now, and still protect our shareholders choice on weather we choose to take our company public in the near future, or keep it private.

We need to raise additional capital to finish the construction of our Kittyhawk project at a rate that is beyond what our existing investors can provide, which is why we have engaged MM Dillon and Company to conduct a private placement stock sale for us.  MM Dillon's website is http://www.mmdillon.com . You can download our stock sale private placement document here www.envirepel.com/2013ppm.pdf  .  If you are interested in purchasing stock as part of our private placement, please contact Mr. Doug Harvey at dharvey@mmdillon.com, or send your inquiry to info@envirepel.com .

Envirepel Energy Inc. from its inception was formed to develop the next step in distributed energy generation utilizing the biomass, waste and coal resources of our Nation.  As I mentioned earlier, coal combustion is probably the largest single market for our technology.  We can help the coal industry move forward by minimizing their emissions issues, and we intend to forge the necessary strategic partnerships to make that happen.

It has been more than seventy years since the idea of developing combustion and refining technology to solve a country's energy supply challenges was done by a small group of dedicated people, and they didn't have the array of Agencies to contend with that we have today.  What they developed in the 1930's help fuel the largest standing army the world has ever seen, and it hasn't been done since, not until now.  Now, its our turn.

In closing, I would ask you to read the entire private placement document to ensure you understand the risks that are involved in our effort, and our investment opportunity.  We are executing a good plan now, we have had a few experiences along the way, and we are walking outside the box of conventional approaches because they just don't work. 

If you have questions regarding our Company, write to me at Tony@envirepel.com .   I invite you to take the plunge with us and see if we can make a difference in our Country's efforts for energy independence as we are fighting the good fight, finishing the course, and keeping the faith.