Fulcrum BioEnergy Stock

fulcrum-bioenergy.comEnergy / Clean EnergyFounded: 2007Funding to Date: $463.93MM

Fulcrum is an energy company developing low-carbon, low-cost, transportation fuels from one of our nation’s most abundant resources – household garbage.

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Management Team

Eric Pryor
Chief Financial Officer & Vice President
Richard Barraza
Vice President, Administration
Lewis Rich
Vice President, Engineering, Construction and Operations
Stephen Lucas
Chief Technology Officer & Senior Vice President
Brian Gomes
Interim Controller
E. James Macias
Chief Executive Officer, President & Board Member
Theodore Kniesche
Vice President, Business Development
James McDermott
Board Member & Founder

Board Members

E. James Macias
Meghan Sharp Ph.D
BP Ventures
Thomas Unterman JD
James McDermott
Nate Redmond
Lee Bailey
US Renewables Group
Martin Murray

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News Highlights

NCET Biz Tips: Bioenergy Takes Center Stage | Serving Northern Nevada
Fulcrum BioEnergy, a clean energy company based in Reno, has successfully converted landfill waste into renewable fuel. The company's Sierra BioFuels plant can convert 175,000 tons of landfill waste into approximately 11 million gallons of renewable syncrude annually. Fulcrum recently shipped the world's first railcar of syncrude made from landfill waste to Marathon Petroleum for upgrading into fuel. The company also received a $20.2 million grant from the UK Department for Transport Advanced Fuels Fund to support the development of a waste-to-sustainable aviation facility.
Fulcrum BioEnergy awarded £16.8m grant for its UK waste-to-fuel project
Fulcrum BioEnergy's UK subsidiary has been awarded a £16.8m ($20.2m) grant from the UK Department for Transport's Advanced Fuels Fund. The grant will support the development of Fulcrum NorthPoint, a waste-to-sustainable aviation fuel facility in Cheshire, England. The plant, expected to be operational in 2027, will convert waste into low-carbon sustainable aviation fuel.
Updated on: Sep 30, 2023