Compo Energy Inc.


Smartest Name in Renewable Energy from Waste

Innovative Energy Solutions

Henry Hovakimian

Director of Operations

Waste to Energy Projects


Energy from Composting

PO BOX 5812


U.S. Green Energy Patent Numbers 7,956,487 and 9,997978
Canadian Patent #2720544

U.S. Green Energy Patent Numbers 7,956,487 and 9,997978

Canadian Patent #2720544

Innovative Energy Solutions

Renewable Electrical Power from Composting

    The United States generates over 250 million tons of waste annually, and Canada generates the same ratio of waste to population-approximately 1,700 pounds annually per person. There are over 2,300 landfills in the United States and the waste disposal business generates $52 billion annually. The industry experts call waste/garbage "A 21st-Century Goldmine". In the past few years recycling reduced the percentage of waste being transported to our landfills. But as the population grows, so does the volume of waste and the complications of its disposal. Our need to locate future sites for waste dumping is becoming more challenging. Our city landfills are getting full, and new sites are further away from the cities. More energy and time are required to transport waste to landfills. The task of locating new sites for waste disposal is also getting more difficult as the population increases and the limits of our cities continuously expand. Compo Energy provides environmentally friendly alternatives for our current waste disposal operations.

Convert Household & Green Waste to Electricity

    COMPO ENERGY INC. is a U.S. and Canadian Patented environmentally friendly large-scale waste-to-energy solution. This solution is created to utilize the millions of tons of waste generated daily in the United States, Canada, and the world, to recycle and produce electrical energy and the end product of compost for agricultural use. One of the goals of this operation is to reduce waste to its minimum by creating a clean, renewable energy source. Each plant generating electricity and its by-products will benefit all parties involved. Our communities will benefit from new employment opportunities and tipping fees revenue by providing a waste disposal facility/transfer station. Additionally, it will substantially reduce waste transferred to our landfills, create income from compost sales, generate revenue from much-needed clear renewable energy, and more.

    Each plant will be able to supply electrical energy for thousands of homes depending on the location, the size of the plant, the design and the engineering specifications. Our plants will require a controlled heat environment. The patented design of the plant's operation will be suitable in a variety of climates. The roof surface area, which could be in excess of thousands of square feet, can be utilized for solar panels and other energy-producing methods. With the combination of patented technology to create energy from waste, the overall electrical output of the plant could be substantial. At the end of the process, most of the waste from the plant will be transformed into compost-a type of soil mix vital for agricultural use.

The future demand for renewable energy is excellent. With population increases and the addition
of electric vehicles and high speed trains, the demand for electricity will increase substantially.

How Innovative Energy Solutions Work...

Heat energy released by compostable matter is converted into electricity through the use of a waste heat generator. Each plant with special emission-free generators will be engineered and designed for the volume of waste per specifications. The plant can supply a new source of clean, renewable electricity from compost heat without the use of incinerators. In one embodiment, the roof of the collector region is transparent to allow solar radiation to penetrate the collector region and heat the air within.

Approved air systems meet federal, state, and local regulations.

    Wherever feasible we can create an open green space around the facility for trees and plants to grow. Mixing compost as soil enhancement will help the growth of the vegetation. These green areas will slowly become a source of wild life habitats. Students and teachers can create projects in the green areas for research and ecology. The public will have the opportunity to tour our plants and have picnics and guided tours so that they can learn and enjoy the variety of interesting projects that benefit our eco system.

The Worldwide Need for Fresh Water

    After electricity is generated, there will be numerous opportunities to expand the benefits to our communities. If the plant is near the ocean, a portion of the electricity can be used to operate a desalination plant. This fresh water could also be used to irrigate plants and vegetation such as sugar cane suitable for processing biofuels, a commonly used fuel alternative to power our motor vehicles.

    The availability of renewable energy makes it possible to couple desalination plants with renewable energy production in order to ensure the production of water in a sustainable and environmentally friendly scheme. It is particularly suitable for remote areas and islands because of the high costs of fossil fuels, difficulties in obtaining it, attempts to conserve fossil fuels, interest in reducing air pollution, lack of electrical power and proper waste disposal sites.

    Among industrialized countries, the United States is one of the most important users of desalinated water (6.5%), especially in California and parts of Florida.



Energy Inc.

    We at COMPO ENERGY INC. are dedicated to improving the communities and protecting the environment; and for this reason we will do our share of contribution to the charitable and environmental organization. The growth projection of our Company is to improve the process/procedures as we expand, and to provide the technical support to operate plants professionally and in a cost effective manner in the United States and the World.                   We at COMPO ENERGY INC. are proud of our commitment to social responsibility by minimizing our impact on the environment, reducing waste and creating energy. We can be part of the solution.

Compo Energy Project

research/prototype and data

verification at the univeristy


We‘re committed to building a more resilient and sustainable energy future 

that everyone can depend on, including future generations.


A recent report from the California Energy Commission shows that in 2019, 36 percent of

California’s retail electricity sales were provided by Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS)-eligible

sources such as solar and wind. That exceeds California’s 33-percent requirement that 33

percent of retail sales must come from RPS-eligible sources by 2020. When carbon-free energy

sources such as large hydroelectric and nuclear are included, 63 percent of the state’s retail

electricity sales came from non-fossil fuel sources in 2019.