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Independence Energy Company (IEC) and its partner, Ag Bio-Power, innovated technology that converts, at the highest level of functional and economic proficiency, multiple hydrocarbon forms into energy. IEC's processing hardware achieves optimal performance with fundamental and proprietary characteristics. The hardware is modular, scalable, portable, and durable. It presents an ease of operation and maintenance, a comparatively low capitalization cost and the capacity to process a wide range of raw material inputs. It discharges emissions at well below acceptable world standards. From woody biomass and Municipal Solid Waste to tires and used motor oil IEC' stechnology can produce constant heat and electricity with unmatched operational and economic efficiencies.

IEC is ideally suited to place its power production technology in locations faced with severe power supply challenges.In many parts of the world power generation from fossil fuels is an unattainable goal thwarted by resource scarcity and the high cost of infrastructure. While renewable energy technologies offer an alternative solution most produce power at an intermittent and undependable rate. Those alternatives that produce reliable and consistent power demand significant initial capitalization. IEC's innovation uniquely deploys technology that quickly scales to desired capacity, that requires no more than semi-skilled labor and that functions at maximal cost-to-benefit value.

In support of its novel technology IEC has assembled a leadership team and a group of strategic partners whose competencies range from agronomy (both horticulture and silviculture), finance, manufacturing, interaction with the political class, mechanical and industrial engineering and large enterprise operations. IEC has a business development presence in Europe, East Africa and South America. IEC, in short, produces significant and economical power in places where no other entity can supply the demand.