Seizing Opportunities in America's Surging Energy Landscape

White Castle, LA (April 23, 2024) – Recent reports highlight an increase in electricity demand across the United States, driven by the rapid expansion of data centers, a resurgence in manufacturing fueled by federal incentives, and the growing adoption of electric vehicles. This surge presents significant opportunities for American BioCarbon in navigating the dynamic energy landscape.

With the demand for electricity projected to nearly double by 2028, a substantial market emerges for our sustainable products, including biochar made from bagasse and fuel pellets. American BioCarbon is primed to seize these opportunities with the development of our commercial facility. Equipped with a patented Biomass Separation Unit (BSU), the facility will utilize excess bagasse from the Sugar Mill, along with material processed from the BSU, to produce renewable bagasse pellets.

Additionally, the facility will incorporate an Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) process to achieve 100% energy self-sufficiency. By utilizing waste gas from the calciner process in a thermal oxidizer to produce thermal energy, which is then harnessed in the ORC power generation process, the facility will meet most of its electrical and thermal process demands.

This strategic approach not only enhances operational efficiency but also underscores our unwavering commitment to sustainability and innovation in meeting the energy needs of tomorrow.


About American BioCarbon

American BioCarbon is a carbon removal and renewable bioproducts company which offers a multi-pronged approach to scaling renewable bioenergy and carbon capture. Our biochar is third-party certified by to remove and sequester carbon from the atmosphere. We are co-located with the Cora Texas Sugar Mill in White Castle, LA, and use patented technology to make biochar and other products from sugar cane bagasse.  We use an agricultural waste product in a unique way to eliminate legacy environmental impacts while helping customers meet environmental, social, and governance goals.

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