SGI is a next generation zero emission bioenergy company that has developed integrated end-to-end solutions that would help satisfy the world's growing energy demands while reducing the greenhouse gas emissions and high expense normally associated with the usage of fossil fuel-based energy. SGI's suite of integrated solutions includes patented plasma gasification technology that is Six Sigma optimized after more than ten years of development, an integrated plasma gasification combined cycle process, and a CO2 capture-to-algae growth and harvesting system.
The core of SGI's solutions is its patented SGI Plasma Gasification Vitrification ('SPGV') technology which is capable of producing a synthetic fuel gas ("BioSynGas") from the thermal conversion of bio-based hydrocarbons with the highest energy conversion efficiencies in the industry. SGI's SPGV-produced BioSynGas can be used as a natural gas replacement to power combustion gas turbines (CGT) for power production ("biopower") or catalytically converted into synthetic liquid biofuels, such as biodiesel or biojetfuel.
SGI addresses two significantly underscored energy problems: the need for (i) for baseload renewable energy sources; and (ii) carbon harvesting solutions. Through its highly efficient, thermal conversion technology and ability to gasify whole algae species into biopower, SGI addresses these issues. SGI works in close collaboration with leading industry participants as strategic partners to help develop various projects promoting the Company's design and systems expertise and the sale of its proprietary equipment and services. Dr. Robert T. Do, M.D., founded SGI in 2001 and brought more than a decade of gasification experience to SGI.
SGI is domiciled in the United States of America and is headquartered in Washington, D.C. The Company maintains representative offices in: Prague, Czech Republic; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Rome, Italy; San Juan, Puerto Rico; Oslo, Norway and Mumbai, India.
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