Cielo plans to construct waste-to-fuel facilities using alternate waste feedstocks. Mandates from Federal, Provincial and World governments for greener energy supplies make this the right time for waste-to-fuel production. Through a combination of multiple carbon credits and tax advantages, we see upside potential in addition to revenue and earnings.
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Cielo owns 100% of the facility located at Aldersyde.
The Aldersyde Phase 1 facility was converting wood waste into fuel and will now be transitioning to the R&D facility. Testing at Cielo’s Aldersyde R&D Facility will determine the commercial viability of all fibrous materials including organics, and wood waste (sawdust, bark, recycling products, cardboard, railway ties, etc.) which testing will be subject to the approval of Alberta Environment and Parks (AEP).
Cielo can currently produce diesel and naphtha. With the addition of certain equipment, Cielo can produce Kerosene (aviation/marine fuel) through the use of Cielo’s technology.
The process of pyrolysis uses high temperature, high pressure and burns the waste streams producing a toxic ash and high emissions. Cielo’s technology operates at a lower temperature and pressure and produces no harmful emissions.
Facility design will likely focus on single feedstocks based on availability in close proximity to a facility.