Yosemite Clean is dedicated to provide the West Coast with renewable Hydrogen. We serve the California Agricultural and Forest Communities in bringing value to their waste wood. We are dedicated to creating a sustainable, carbon neutral and zero emissions total solution to our heavy equipment and transportation industry in California.
Call and let us see if we can help you turn a liability into an asset. No magic here, this is all rooted in the soil and years of real world commercial experience. Join us as we help transform waste biomass into streams of carbon neutral energy. Green energy for a blue planet. Call and ask for Tom or Robert at 888-600-9383.
Yosemite Clean is a bioenergy development company that provides complete bioenergy integration services and project development, ranging from turn key solutions for client based projects, or working with community energy groups seeking to partner with a bioenergy company that can work with local partners to develop biomass energy projects including: heat, power, & biofuels, which support the forest and agricultural communities in their efforts to reduce hazardous forest fuels and eliminate agricultural woody residues, which pose challenges to farmers seeking to eliminate orchard removal burning. Bio-fuels and energy outcomes range in conversion to single outcome or a combination of outcome energy ranging from bio-diesel, bio-jet fuel, compressed Hydrogen, heat for cooling or heating and electricity.
Scale of projects –
CHP – from .5 MWe up to 10 MWe (approximately 3,000 bone dry tons/ yr. and up to 50,000 bone dry tons/yr.
Bio-fuels and Renewable Hydrogen - processing from 50,000 to 190,000 bone dry tons of biomass per year.
Our company team provides a myriad of services including: Project pre-feasibility studies, project scoping and site evaluations (CEQA-Conditional Use Permit), negotiations with technology providers and forest/ag companies, grant writing ( US DOE, CA Energy Commission, Carbon offsets). Through our affiliates, Yosemite can also provide: Biomass feedstock analysis and procurement plans, Front End Engineering and Design, Financing, Construction and Commissioning, Operations and Maintenance.
Our company team has worked with a myriad of bioenergy companies and technologies over the years and we are able to adapt to the needs of each client and their targeted biomass waste fuel to maximize their return of needed energy and/or revenue.
Our model for project development is two basic approaches: 1) contract fee for services - work done to develop projects for clients (Client Owned), the project upon commissioning, would pay a 7% royalty on gross energy production and/or sales of the project for the life of the project. 2) Company developed projects- this may be co-operative initiative with community groups that want biomass energy solutions, but don’t have the capacity or capital to develop and own a facility. Under this model, Yosemite may own the project or be a JV partner with a community, depending upon the communities’ goals, interests and ability to contribute value for the project development and ongoing operations.
No need for experimenting with technology. Yosemite Clean will provide you with the team who can provide maximum flexibility in energy output and efficiency while remaining small enough to stay close to locally available waste stream feed stocks.
End Product Flexibility: 1. Liquid Bio-Fuels 94% Carbon Neutral. 2. Hydrogen Carbon Neutral 100%. 3. Methanization for Bio-Natural Gas. 4. Electricity
See the slide show on following page to see the historical progression in technology in gasifiers.
The History of Austria's Gassifier Technology
Creating Carbon Neutral Bio-Fuels and Compressed Hydrogen to supply the State and Nation's appetite for environmentally sustainable and renewable energy using existing waste streams and distributing bio-fuels using existing distribution channels and vehicle/commercial truck technology.
By focusing on medium sized power plants (3 to 14 MGW of input BTU) Yosemite Clean envisions a network of independent business enterprises and communities benefiting from owning and producing their own energy supply thus boosting the local economy and increasing local business opportunities previously not available in certain areas.
When Including Other Potential Ag Waste Bi-Products, the estimated 100 million dead trees in the southern Sierra Nevada Mountains, Normal wood waste generated from what was once considered "best practices" for sustainable forest management, the estimate for bio-energy production could potentially begin with 15 million barrels/year of Bio-crude as well as substantial secondary energy production of electricity and Carbon Free Hydrogen which would have a substantial multiplier affect on our state's rural economy & would contribute to our statewide sustainable bio fuel goals.
5008 Highway 140, Suite F., Mariposa, CA 95338, USA