The CCE-SJ Gasproducer gasifier was developed to consume solid wood Biomass fuels to produce tar-free gas for electricity generation and / or heat applications / chp.

The pollution-free, environmentally friendly answer to providing affordable energy through Biomass gasification.  The CCE-SJGasproducer was developed to consume solid Biomass fuels to produce tar-free gas for electricity generation and / or heat applications. This self-contained, efficient and reliable alternative source of convenient energy is one of the most cost-effective solutions to uplift non-grid and remote […]

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Mass. Company Making Diesel With Sun, Water, CO2

Hi Chris et al Useful analysis of claims including this one at http://www.theoildrum.com/node/7566#more best phil I am indebted to one commenter to the above (‘carnot’) for the following QUOTE “A few thermodynamics might help. Cyanobacteria is a C3 plant. Overall 2H2O + CO2 = CH2O + O2 + H2O Benson- Calvin cycle Z scheme 8 […]

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Smart metering energy display device for schools

Dear Dave You have been trying to contact me via claverton. The product you need from us is the Cube.i.p which is currently being completed in it’s latest version  and will provide accurate voltage measurement, power factor real time measurement. Any kind of measurement and analysis you want in fact, and any graphing you want […]

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Get into the Groove with Tekes

Few businessmen, entrepreneurs, engineers and scientists outside of Finland will have heard of Tekes. It is a public agency working under Finland’s Ministry of Employment and the Economy – and is the main public funding organisation for research and development (R&D) in Finland. Tekes has an annual budget of approximately 600 million euros and has […]

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Greener telecom networks

As an ever increasing number of people around the world become connected by mobile communications networks [the number of cell phone subscribers is set to reach 5 billion in 2010] the challenges to providing electricity to these expanding networks are becoming greater as well. In particular, developing countries are seeing unprecedented growth in wireless subscribers. […]

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2010 will be record year for offshore wind

On 20th July 2010 the European Wind Energy Association (EWEA) published their latest statistics on offshore wind turbine developments. 118 new offshore wind turbines were fully connected to the grid during 2010 H1. These turbines have a capacity of 333 MW – well over half the 577 MW installed offshore last year – showing continuing […]

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Natural gas power station to use revolutionary fuel cell technology

AFC Energy plc, the world’s leading developers of low-cost alkaline fuel cell technology, announced in mid-July 2010 that they will be supporting a project being developed by B9 Coal, and its affiliate B9 Gas, to create a natural gas power station using revolutionary fuel cell technology. This ground-breaking project will incorporate up to 99% carbon […]

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Imperial College to get CCS pilot plant

Work has begun on London’s first Carbon Capture Pilot Plant, as part of an £8.9 million redevelopment project at Imperial College London. Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) technology is one type of technology that may be used in the future to reduce the UK’s greenhouse emissions by fitting coal and gas fired power plants with […]

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Carbon Neutral Tampere

Introduction Carbon neutrality is a simple concept – but one enmeshed in highly complex detail. It implies that a city should move away from using fossil fuels and reduce its waste outputs to near-zero. Several cities have started on the journey to carbon neutrality – led by the flagship urban development of Masdar City in […]

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