EFI is emerging as a leading consulting firm working with local councils, statutory authorities, government energy ministerial offices for small and island nations and coal mining corporations to harness the benefits of sustainable fuels that result from conversion of municipal solid waste or coal to diesel and electricity.
The EFI business model is outcomes based and purposefully addresses politically sensitive issues of budget, expenditure and environmental impacts to deliver self-sufficiency via a process that, in addition to the production of high grade diesel, satisfying all EN590 specification requirements can, if required, produce electricity. With opportunity to independently produce diesel and electricity, substantial savings can be made to fixed costs. With self-sufficiency comes economic security and considerable economic protection from external influences.
Partnering with world leading sustainable fuel conversion specialists, EFI offers this ground breaking technology packaged in a cost-effective and practical business model that considers the specific requirements of government, statutory authorities and remote locations as is the case with island nations and open cut coal mines.
Under the leadership of Managing Director, Philip Major, EFI has a vision to become the largest provider of sustainable fuel resources in Australasia for corporate and government clients.
Philip Major is a forward thinker. He possesses business dexterity and the highly evolved attributes of an entrepreneurial spirit that innately seeks out solutions to complex matters and an unerring attention to detail that propels innovative concepts to successful completion.