Gazasia is a renewable energy company focused on providing sustainable green transport solutions.
The company was established in 2011 by CEO Richard Lilleystone, who previously led the team responsible for developing the world’s first plant producing and selling liquid biomethane derived from landfill gas as an alternate vehicle fuel.
Gazasia’s first project was located in the Philippines, where the company worked in partnership with one of the region’s leading energy companies.
In 2015, Gazasia began working with one of Malaysia’s leading independent palm oil millers to develop a plant to produce sustainable and renewable energy from palm oil mill effluent.
Following the conclusion of that project and in response to the UK government’s announcement of a new Air Quality Plan targeted at reducing the harmful impact of transport on the environment, the company’s focus turned to the UK.
Gazasia is now employing the waste-to-energy experience of its key members to identify and develop similar projects in the UK, with a specific focus on providing sustainable alternative vehicle fuels for public and HGV transport in major cities.