Clean Tech

Megawatts of Power Created Per Year

Clean combustion

We create renewable energy solutions using industrial byproducts that have been converted into an engineered fuel. That fuel is then used in a clean combustion thermal process, which creates steam to drive a turbine that generates electricity: the power for sustaining communities.

We adhere to strict environmental regulations created by the US Environmental Protection Agency and enforced by North Carolina agencies. Regulations require that facilities like ours deploy state-of-the-art air pollution control devices

The US Environmental Protection Agency and the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality. regulate our work. Our process meets or exceeds regulatory standards.

Renewable energy

We convert postindustrial materials that cannot be recycled into a renewable energy source. Our thermal process converts heat into electricity. 

As manufacturers create byproducts that cannot be recycled or put in a landfill, Quantum Power takes on these bulk material streams as a renewable fuel stock. Energy recovery from these types of materials is important in the development of sustainable energy policies, according to the US Environmental Protection Agency. This is especially true as the cost of traditional fossil sources continues to increase and the availability diminishes over time.

Businesses and people need reliable power every day, including high-profile development throughout North Carolina seeking clean and renewable energy. Traditional power providers and an aging electrical grid require diverse sources of energy to keep life going.

Environmental Safety

We deploy state-of-the-art air pollution control devices that are rigorously monitored and eliminate nearly all emissions. Our methods comply with standards designed to protect people, property, communities and well-being. 

Our approach to renewable energy is regulated at the state and federal levels. Our process for clean combustion reduces greenhouse gas emissions, largely by diverting methane from landfills. According to the US EPA, “Converting non-recyclable waste materials into electricity and heat generates a renewable energy source and reduces carbon emissions by offsetting the need for energy from fossil sources and reduces methane generation from landfills.”

Our experts have more than 100 years combined experience in the protection technologies and thermal processes Quantum embraces to deliver clean power.