LWCTF – Low Carbon Technologies International, Inc.

 

 

LCTI Low Carbon Technologies International, Inc. is a USA based clean-tech company focused on developing, building, owning and operating clean-tech projects.

LCTI also acquires Profitable Operating Businesses, Clean-Tech Technologies & Real Estate Assets.

LCTI utilizes its clean-tech technologies in the development of clean-tech projects which are strategically located on LCTI real estate assets.

LCTI combines the technology licenses with the profitable operating businesses, clean-tech companies are created.

LCTI issues sub-licenses to third parties for each technology & in exchange for the technology licenses receives project equity and licensing royalties.

Sector Focus

Batteries and Energy Storage
Biofuels
Biomass
Energy Efficiency
Fuel Cells and Hydrogen
Geothermal
Green Building
Hydro
Mitigation Credits
Solar
Transportation
Waste to Energy and Recycling

Technology

Given the clean-tech industry’s rapid growth and the need for economically driven business models within the industry, LCTI has focused on several markets.

The Company has been considering a large number of potential opportunities that meet the company’s objective and has secured the following licenses with each of these technologies representing opportunities for LCTI’s partners to expand into operational entities with LCTI as a key partner.

Projects

Gulf Coast Plains Mitgation Bank, East Bay Farms, LLC is in process of receiving approval for a 1900 acre mitigation bank site located along the Gulf Coast of Texas. The approval is expected in 2012. The Mitigation Bank will be developed on 1900 acres which have functioned as an active rice farm. During the development Phases, areas not under active development will continue to be farmed under the U.S. Farm Service Administration guidelines. The Mitigation Bank will develop approximately 1600 Functional Credit Units (“FCU’s”). The FCU’s will be developed for sale as credits for impacts to various wetland types.

Low Carbon Complex Pilot Facility, Mississippi
The site is a former Tennessee Valley Authority Nuclear Power & NASA Rocket facility developed at a cost of $4 billion dollars. The site is located at the juncture of the Tennessee River and the Tennessee Tombigbee Waterway with connections to the Mississippi-Ohio-Missouri River Systems and the Gulf of Mexico.

Waste to Energy Facility, Beaumont, TX
Phase 1 of the 400 metric ton facility will generate synthesis gas (syngas) for the production of electricity and/or transportation fuels from biomass such as forest wastes, MSW and related green waste.

Waste to Energy Facility, Campeche, MX
Phase 1 of the 400 metric ton facility will generate synthesis gas (syngas) for the production of electricity and/or transportation fuels from biomass such as forest wastes, MSW and related green waste.

Waste to Energy Facility, Iuka, MS
Phase 1 of the 400 metric ton facility will generate synthesis gas (syngas) for the production of electricity and/or transportation fuels from biomass such as forest wastes, MSW and related green waste.

 

 

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