Trans GreenTech, the anticipated innovative development is aimed to service multiple markets, using algae to produce bio-fuels and other valuable byproducts that are environment friendly and address a number of growing concerns. Combining water treatment processes, hydro-processing, and advance extraction methods in a manner that is not only economically profitable but environmentally sustainable and complementary. The products derived from Trans GreenTech’s operations include algal oil which will be refined into middle distillate bio-fuels; biomass which will be marketed as an animal feed products, dietary supplements, and fertilizer. Essentially, Trans GreenTech is modeled similar to many farms that grow and produce alternative fuels from the cultivation of crops. In terms of competition Trans GreenTech is proposing an initial annual production of over 90,000 tons of biomass derived products per acre to include roughly 3.3 million gallons of bio-fuel per acre.



The strength of Trans GreenTech is not just in its ability to save consumers, which it most certainly will. The strength of this project is its ability to create a wide range opportunities both directly and indirectly. More importantly, the ability to localize those opportunities for the individuals within the region it is created. In turn bringing opportunity back to declining economies and creating opportunity for growing economies. All while making our environment more suitable for the generations to come. From science to agriculture to engineering to skilled labor and more. A place for passions, a place for progress, a place for everyone, created for everyone.

For a development pro forma outlook refer to Investor Relations.





Currently, biofuel producers in the U.S. generate just over 2 billion gallons per year. Federal law mandates the use of 36 billion gallons by 2022. Trans GreenTech will help bridge this capacity gap, enabling fuel distributors and dispensers to meet EPA goals. In the near term, Trans GreenTech’s biofuel market will be supported primarily by laws requiring government entities and fuel distributors to use increasing amounts of biofuel. In the long term, the market for biodiesel and a petro-diesel substitute may also be important for the Company. While the price of petroleum fell dramatically in 2014 and remains near a 10-year low, there are good reasons to anticipate upcoming oil price increases. While Trans GreenTech is not reliant upon high petroleum prices to achieve the financial projections within its business model, this likely increase in crude oil prices will support the Company’s long-term success and expansion.