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Best Innovation

Game Changing Technology

For Fuel Freedom (3F Inc Biofuels), with its proprietary and patented systems and processes, is poised as the only game-changing cellulosic-ethanol technology company to meet vehicle fuel demand in the United States and select countries worldwide that is at a rate consistent with oil independence using ethanol from landfill waste (trash) and other organic material, even in distressed economies.

Best of the Best

3F Inc’s technology for bio-fuels and renewable energy is certified to be the best new innovation by Exemplar Zero Initiative for climate change reversal, is featured3F Inc's integrated system converts waste into bio-fuels and renewable energy in an economically and envrionmentally safe manner. in the Journal of Eco-Biotechnology as the most significant ethanol breakthrough (Apr. 2011), and has key objectives demonstrated in the laboratory by the University of Michigan and prototypes through technology partners that has improved upon scalable operational hybrid biorefineries in Brazil.

While other companies and universities are struggling to squeeze an extra two or three gallons out of their process, 3F Inc’s system will outperform conventional waste-to-ethanol systems by 250% and other algae-based bio-diesel systems by 355%.  And, 3F is currently developing the technology for proven techniques that improve ethanol production yield again by another 173%, and bio-oil yield from algae by another 300%.  So, while corn ethanol profits often averages 4¢ per gallon produced, 3F Inc’s systems are defined to make between 28¢ and 84¢ per gallon depending on the biorefinery installed.  That means 3F Inc Biofuels can offer its Economically Sustainable and Environmentally SoundSM fuels at a lower MPG price than environmentally costly petroleum substitutes during peak summer demand when the cost to consumers tend to run high.

3F Inc’s bio-fuel facility generates a mere 2.6% emissions compared to conventional ethanol production, while removing over a half a metric tonne of carbon dioxide for every gallon of ethanol produced from garbage and waste water.  For 3F Inc’s Hybrid Ethanol and Biodiesel Production SystemSM is not dependent upon any fossil fuel for its production.  3F Inc’s system makes full use of Combined Heat and Power (CHP) from the pulp and biogas left over from the ethanol process, while supplimenting its feedstock transportation with bio-diesel, in addition to exporting excess clean water and clean renewable energy.

3F Inc Biofuels has completely redefined what it means to produce biofuels and renewable energy.  3F Inc’s products are not limited by the economics of food, because 3F Inc does not use food for consumption in its production of fuels, neither 3F Inc can use nearly any waste stream to make its legendary bio-fuels.does it have to sell its by-products for use in food.  Instead, 3F Inc’s cellulose residue from wastes and algae can be made into wood pellets and filler products, and the bio-oil can be refined into jet-fuel, plastics, and solvents, while 3F Inc’s technology partners are also on hand to provide products from bio-composting and bioremediation, such as eco-fertilizers.

This technology simply has far better Sustainable Economics and Sound EnvironmentalSM methods than any known high production fuel and energy biorefinery in the world, but stands firm on 1,000’s of years of beer-making and a 100 years of diesel production.  Not only that, 3F Inc cares about the people it serves.  3F Inc Biofuels intends to invest one third of every dollar it profits back into the community it serves (after any other obligations).  No wonder Exemplar Zero has also certified 3F Inc for its best business practices.

For Fuel Freedom is simply the best of the best.

Technical Indicators

Some like to look at the energy balance as an indicator of economic sustainability.  One of the pushes for bio-fuels is the concern that petroleum will require more energy to extract from oil pockets than what is gotten out of them when global oil peaks (thereby exceeding its equalibrium state).  The logic behind this suggests that if there is any significant energy gain, then the economics will follow.  This table shows the energy expenditures used in supply transport and other pre-production activities for ethanol, along with its production energy spent for various types of processes.  The Energy Balance is the ratio of energy gained over energy spent (EROEI).  A moderate gain in energy after all expenditures is above 3 points, and healthy is 4 or more.

Energy Expended in Ethanol Production per Gallon


Cellulose (Average)
      3F Inc’s
Ethanol Product††
Total BTU Spent
Energy Balance

Notes: BTU Content in a gallon of diesel fuel is †139,000, and ††83,333 for ethanol.


*Energy Balances shown in the chart compares like numbers.  3F’s process makes in excess of 130.6M gallons of bio-oil for bio-diesel, and JP8 grade jet-fuel, utilizing solar and bio-diesel as its energy source.  This means a net energy gain of 164.5 BTUs per gallon of ethanol in fuel products for sale.  This is over and above ethanol production, yielding a net energy gain that qualifies for carbon credits.  This calculation also does not include the energy found in bio-gas, wind power, and wood pellets offered for sale.


**3F’s ethanol energy expenditures are offset by one to three of its five energy products that it produces.  The system’s thermal requirements can be met with bio-diesel, bio-gas, or wood pellets.  Bio-diesel is used for these calculations.  The net energy balance for 3F’s ethanol is between 4.2 to 8.65 times over energy expended (EROEI) at peak efficiency, depending upon installed, custom components.  3F Inc’s process has an overall negative energy use of -138.2 BTUs per gal. of ethanol produced.


Sources: Ethanol Audit - Model Description, Washington University in St. Louis; Ethanol Producer Magazine, Mar 2011; and 3F Inc. Internal Data.

Looking Forward

Statements about For Fuel Freedom’s future expectations, including future revenues and earnings, and all other statements contained herein or introduced other than historical facts are "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and as the term is defined in the Private Litigation Reform Act of 1995.  For Fuel Freedom’s actual results could differ materially from expected results.  For Fuel Freedom undertakes no obligation to update forward-looking statements to reflect subsequently occurring events or circumstances.  Should events occur which materially affect any comments made within this objective, For Fuel Freedom will appropriately inform the public.

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