Fulcrum is actively developing the Trinity Fuels Plant on the U.S. Gulf Coast. Fulcrum's proprietary process is spread across three separate facilities: Two Feedstock Processing Facilities that prepare the household garbage and one biorefinery that will convert the prepared feedstock into jet fuel.
The Trinity Fuels Plant is expected to initiate commercial production in 2026, producing approximately 31 million gallons of net-zero carbon jet fuel each year.
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Within every community where we operate, Fulcrum makes major investments that contribute toward growing the local economy, creating clean energy jobs, reducing the volume of trash that is disposed at landfills, and accelerating energy innovation. Fulcrum will prioritize the hiring of Gulf Coast residents and local businesses wherever feasible within the construction and operations of the plant.
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Fulcrum is actively developing the Trinity Fuels Plant on the U.S. Gulf Coast. Fulcrum's proprietary process is spread across three separate facilities:
Since beginning the Trinity project’s initial planning process in 2020, Fulcrum has continued the process of feedstock logistical planning, site and engineering planning and other pre-construction related activities. Future project timelines include pre-construction (permitting & engineering) in 2023, construction in 2023 – 2025 and operations commence in the second half of 2025.