Dedicated to providing commercially viable solutions to environmental problems via the application of clean technology…
Providing funding, strategy and expert advice on the Clean Technology Sector.
We facilitate rapid project commercialisation through strategic partnerships with multinationals, governments and investment banks throughout the Americas, Europe and the Middle East. To develop our exclusively patented projects we work alongside scientists and entrepreneurs in the commercialisation of their research while advising on structuring, policy compliance and market penetration. Our alliances are based within the world’s leading research centres, innovative private sector companies and private equity. We bring our funding and expert network to build out our programmes to a competitive scale. All of our projects must have the potential not just to participate, but dominate the marketplace in which we exist.
US CleanTech is a company developing technology that will revolutionize the way we live.
We have well established and integrated relationships with the leading clean technology research centres in the world, an extensive network within private equity and investment banking as well as government policy makers. Working with Key multinational strategic partners we strive for a competitive advantage and commercial success that can be rolled out into multiple markets. The challenges that arise from resource shortages and energy spike fluctuations coupled with environmental issues , provide key drivers behind US CleanTech`s quest to achieve success in the rapidly growing Clean Technology sector.
On average we will review over 50 projects for each undertaken. Projects must have suitable scalability to meet our strategic requirements. If the underlying technology does not objectively better the environment they are immediately removed from the process.
We identify the most exciting technologies developed by the most innovative minds in science, apply our deep understanding of commercialisation process, and review integration to the value chain accordingly, assessing the competitive landscape concurrently.
We continually apply our criteria not only for the dynamics of end user demand, but the specific obstacles to be overcome to realise that demand. It is a requirement that our technical analysts have held leading positions in private sector technology companies as well as research institutions, thus ensuring the project’s rollout potential has been considered, from idea to application.
This approach is evident when we review the sectors we cover and the maturity profile of our projects, which reflect our understanding of the requirement to generate consistent value for both our private and corporate shareholders.
Biogas to Liquid Fuel Technology
Taking environmentally harmful gases generated by refuse waste and efficiently turning it into clean fuel for existing motor vehicles without the need to modify existing engines.
Landfills are in need of robust technology that can efficiently convert the environmentally harmful pollutants found in LFG into harmless products. This LFG also represents a zero cost feedstock that can be converted into highly desired renewable liquid fuels that are in demand both in-house (diesel for landfill trucks) and outside markets (transportation sector).
2nd Generation Bioplastics
We are focused on a technology to produce plastics, which degrade within a much shorter timescale breaking down into their constituent parts as healthy antioxidants already abundant in nature. US CleanTech are committed to entering the marketplace with a genuinely revolutionary patented green production technique that can compete with petroleum-based plastics on price point. By promoting the use of bioplastic we can offer the possibility for communities to eliminate a substantial portion of the environmental disaster caused by pollution from plastics that were never designed for disposable uses.
The trillion dollar plastic industry is growing at about 5% per year, while the bioplastics packaging sector is growing at nearly 20%. With a global market size for synthetic and bio-derived biodegradable plastics at $2.3 billion as of 2013, the industry is expected to grow to $7.8 billion by 2018.
We are currently working alongside several projects using patented nano processes to significantly improve the profitability and durability of commonly used technologies while significantly reducing production costs.
Using transformative new nanotechnology married with cutting edge manufacturing practices our project is targeting the electrical component sector. These exciting innovations have led us to focus in commercialising the technology within the vast mobile hand held device marketplace. We are also exploring potentially game changing applications in the annually expanding solar energy sector, which have the potential to revolutionise cost effectiveness and efficiency.
Water, like energy is a commodity that every company community and settlement needs to manage, especially in the face of projected future scarcity trends. The United Nations University Institute for Water, Environment and Health estimates that it will take an annual investment of $840 billion to properly address water waste, pollution and management problems. Overall, the UN asserts that about one-fifth of the world’s population is challenged by water scarcity, and another 1.6 billion have limited access for economic reasons added to this almost 3.4 million people, mostly children, die annually from water-related diseases. Most of these illnesses and deaths can be prevented through simple, inexpensive measures. For instance, trachoma remains the leading cause of preventable blindness, accounting for 146 million acute cases around the world. But the disease is almost unheard of in places where basic water supply, sanitation and hygiene prevail.