In the wake of rapid population growth and urbanization, annual waste generation is predicted to grow up to 70 percent from the current levels by 2050. This rise will not only be determined to the environment but also affect our way of life. One many ask how? Most of the generated waste finds its way to landfills, clogging the soil porosity and polluting our oceans, which perpetuates chemical emissions like CO2, in addition to the carbon footprint from fossil fuels. For example, for every barrel of fossil fuel produced and used, 412kg of CO2e (CO2 equivalent emissions) are released into the atmosphere, a key concern for environmental sustainability. Thus, when generating energy from waste—whether electricity or heat— how we manage the waste is always the first consideration.
But, to achieve the ‘circular economy,’ there is a need for technologies that can help in transforming organic waste into energy. This is where Clean Energy Enterprises (CEE)—a provider of waste-energy (W2E) solutions—cementing its cornerstone.
Under the able leadership of co-founder and CEO, Jean-Louis Kindler, CEE helps improve the global environment by transforming organic waste materials into clean forms of energy or fuels. Also, CEE partners with government and private entities to launch and develop waste management projects that focus on reducing community wastes and convert them to clean energy.
What differentiates CEE’s organic waste management solution apart from other contemporary solutions is the company’s extensive experience in the areas of waste management and environmental sustainability. CEE understands the typical challenges corporates face with waste management, and CEE tries to resolve those hurdles proactively for its clients. CEE carries out its mission of sustainability through its two subsidiaries that help organizations create a cleaner environment globally.
On the one hand, Clean Energy Industries (CEI) provides a full range of system manufacturing services for clean energy solutions, including new development of proven clean tech solutions, feasibility studies, detailed engineering, procurement, and construction. It also provides the full technology supply chain to implement the waste-to-energy process. On the other hand, Clean Energy Development (CED) administrates system sales and operation by offering packed waste-to-energy solutions to industrial site operators facing an organic waste management setback.
Complementing these waste-energy solutions, CEE has also been delivering solar power systems across Australia since 1999 and has installed more solar panels and systems compared to any other businesses or companies in the Australian renewable energy history. They also own and operate various solar shops and premier solar projects.
Today, by partnering with corporates and government authorities that are pushing a green agenda, CEE has recently engaged capital markets advisory firm ECMB Capital Partners Inc. as part of their efforts to increase renewable energy fuel and power generation projects for Ways2H, a non-incineration Waste-to-Energy solution developed over the past 15 years by Japan Blue Energy Company (JBEC). Moving ahead, CEE is determined to follow its current trajectory of growth and bring more environmental sustainability models globally.
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