Dynamis Energy, LLC.

Dynamis Energy LLC was formed in Southwest Idaho to commercialize a state of the art proprietary waste-to-energy technology. We design, build and own, low emission, low capital, and low operating and maintenance cost waste to energy plants. Our proprietary technology for converting waste-to-energy represents an environmentally sound option that is superior to other alternative energy and waste removal processes. Our patented process reduces reliance on fossil fuels, decreases harmful emissions and provides numerous immeasurable long-term benefits, clearing a new path toward a sustainable and cleaner world.

Company details

776 E. Riverside Drive, Suite 150 , Eagle , Idaho 83616 USA

Locations Served

Business Type:
Industry Type:
Waste and Recycling - Waste to Energy
Market Focus:
Globally (various continents)

Dynamis Energy is your best source for value-driven, environmentally sound, global turnkey waste-to-energy services.

Our proprietary technology can provide a system for nearly any type of solid waste disposal problem. Our due diligence is providing evidence that there is no better system available in the world for any sized municipal and industrial waste disposal applications. Waste is becoming one of the largest global sources of renewable energy making the combination of waste disposal and energy recovery a sustainable industry.

Key Waste-to-Energy Industry Issues
Dynamis Energy’s waste-to-energy technology for converting waste to energy represents a more environmentally sound option that is far superior to earlier waste destruction and energy creation processes. Our patent pending processes and trade secrets reduce reliance on fossil fuels, decrease harmful emissions, and provide numerous immeasurable long-term benefits, creating a new path toward a sustainable and cleaner world.

  • No pre-treament of waste required
  • No pre-sorting is required
  • System easily scales to accomodate local and regional growth
  • Modular, proven system design
  • Reduce scarce landfill use
  • Positively impact global warming
  • Environmentally sound and safe
  • Reduce reliance on expensive fossil fuels to produce power


Dynamis Energy is the leading, environmentally-friendly, waste-to-energy company in the industry serving governments, utilities and private industry. Dynamis addresses the needs of the global community by providing green energy and environmental solutions from renewable resource services and products of superior quality to our customers and partners. We are known for our technical leadership, integrity, spirit and social and moral contribution to the prosperity and productivity of our customers, employees, stakeholders and community.

Mission Statement

Dynamis Energy has one mission….to convert the world’s waste into renewable energy.  To achieve this mission, we have designed and implemented the simplest and most practical, modular, scalable waste gasification and energy recovery systems available anywhere in the world.  Implementation of our solutions provides economic incentives for our customers, employees, stakeholders and partners. It also fulfills the social and moral responsibilities we have as a global inhabitant and a people.


The industry has, historically, defined most thermal treatments by the use of heat to treat Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) under the collective term “incineration”. Such processes have, to date, experienced limited success in their applications, costs, and benefits. These limitations include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Significant costs to prepare waste streams
  • Limitations of waste stream acceptance
  • Low fuel to power ratios
  • High toxicity that requires substantial mitigation
  • Inflexible costly custom platforms that cannot be easily expanded

Today, we define these generational thermal treatment technologies as follows:

  • 1.0 - Mass burn technology at high temperatures with no energy production.
  • 2.0 - Mass burn technology at high temperatures with nominal energy production.
  • 3.0 - Gasification technology at high temperatures with substantial energy production.