Fulcrum was founded in 2007 by James A.C. McDermott, the Managing Partner of US Renewables Group, to pioneer the development of a reliable and efficient process for converting garbage into renewable transportation fuels.
Since 2007, Fulcrum has entered into strong strategic relationships with its feedstock, technology, engineering and construction firms and fuel off-take partners.
Since its founding in 2007, Fulcrum BioEnergy has been backed by US Renewables Group and Rustic Canyon Partners, two leading venture capital firms in the clean energy space. In addition, Waste Management, Cathay Pacific Airways and United Airlines have become valued equity partners in the Company. Fulcrum is well-positioned to execute on its aggressive plan to build garbage-to-fuels plants across North America and around the world.