In June of 2020, Chip McCrimmon and Whit Genoway co-founded FALC0N-X. As Indigenous people, we share an appreciation and respect for Mother Earth and we were excited to seize the opportunity to commercialize an innovative technology that can make a difference in combating the effects of climate change.


We were fortunate to connect with a team of professionals who created an innovative, cost-effective, and environmentally friendly way to harness the value of biogas from landfills. With this new technology, we are able to capture and produce valuable renewable energy and products from greenhouse gas emissions otherwise not possible.


With vast engineering experience, these professionals had successfully 

completed a biogas pilot project with organic waste in Nova Scotia. A decade ahead of the demand for Renewable Natural Gas, carbon utilization, and carbon offset credits, the focus had stayed upon renewable electricity and biogas developments steadfastly remained on large installations far beyond the financial reach of small to medium sized municipalities.