The patented Plasma Pyrolysis Gasification Vitrification (PPGV) technology that we license from Solena Group was developed by a NASA scientist, initially for space shuttle application, however after years of research and refinement, it is now a cost-effective and practical source of renewable energy. The PPGV system utilizes plasma torch heating up to 5,000 degrees Celsius. It accepts a wide range of feedstock, including: biomass; coal fines; hazardous, industrial , municipal and low-level nuclear wastes; and sewage sludge. Expensive sorting and preprocessing that is required with incinerators and some other waste-to-energy system is not needed with PPGV: all organic materials are gasified into an H2/CO Fuel gas ("Syn-gas"), while all inorganic materials are vitrified into inert "slag", a saleable product. The syn-gas is recovered as electricity/methanol or H2.