3i Clean Energy System can be utilized by any national, regional or local government, community, business or agricultural operation that requires stable, efficient, economical, reliable electrical and thermal energy supply that offers a wide range of fuel options.

CHP systems can be utilized as stand-alone or supplementary electrical power and heat generating units that allow a user to supply power and heat for a variety of applications including:



Waste Facilities

Waste Transfer Station
Recycling Center
Sewage Treatment


Commercial & Public Buildings
Data Centers
Healthcare & Hospitals

Water Treatment

Desalination Plant
Water Treatment Plant

Below are some installation type examples:

A Clean Energy System can be strategically located at a farm or a food crop cultivation greenhouse.  Using 3i’s Clean Energy System, power is generated for crop grow lights to produced higher yielding crops year around.   Electricity and thermal energy can also be used to power farm or greenhouse systems and to provide heat for crops.

For business and private sector purposes, an 3i Clean Energy System can be located within a plant, industrial facility or site and can provide a means to process waste streams from the business into clean, renewable and sustainable electrical power and thermal energy for the business’s industrial process and energy needs. Surrounding community waste streams can also be utilized as system inputs to generate energy for the business’s industrial requirements.  An 3i Clean Energy System installation can be scaled to any size required for its intended application.

Facilities and transfer stations that receive municipal solid waste, biosolid waste, organic waste, biomass or virtually any other non-metallic material can utilize these materials to produce electrical and thermal energy for site use or for transfer to a region’s electrical grid to generate an income stream.

In communities that require power for water treatment or desalination plants, a 3i Clean Energy System is a sensible and economic approach to satisfy electrical and thermal energy requirements. When paired with gasification capability, the system can utilize biomass or waste from the surrounding community or region as fuel source.  This solution not only provides energy for water treatment and desalination processes, but also alleviates waste and landfill issues from the surrounding environs.