PHG Energy’s commercially proven waste-to-energy technology is employed by customers to convert industrial and municipal waste, or renewable biomass, to a clean-burning fuel gas through an environmentally friendly thermo-chemical process. That synthetic gas can be utilized like natural gas to produce economical electric or thermal power. Uses include
Waste or biomass feedstock choices for PHG Energy’s downdraft gasification technology are driven by local availability and cover a wide variety of carbon-based materials:
PHG Energy was formed in 2010 to develop sales, manufacturing and installation capabilities for this state-of-the-art gasification technology. The quality people who stand behind the PHG Energy team blend years of experience in a wide variety of fields to create a powerful alliance and a full range of resources.
Thompson Machinery Commerce Corporation, a highly respected, multi-state Caterpillar heavy machinery and power systems distributor, provides a key partnership through its resources in generation equipment, construction and agricultural industries.
In September 2012, PHG Energy purchased exclusive intellectual property rights to the downdraft gasification technology from the Associated Physics of America (APA), a nationally-recognized scientific development corporation, and integrated that company’s research, manufacturing and administrative personnel into its team.
Through these unique partnerships, PHG Energy is able to stand at the forefront of emerging technologies, continuously pursuing new applications, feedstock and equipment capabilities to provide a wide range of customers effective waste-to-energy solutions.