Science is now One Step Closer to Using Algae for Bio-fuel

A breakthrough by a team of scientists makes algae a potentially viable source of biofuel. The world is trying to wean itself off of fossil fuels. It’s vital we reduce our carbon footprint as much as possible in the next few decades, and many countries, states, cities, businesses, and people are committing to that goal. […]

Greening the Electric Grid with Gas Turbines

Much of the nation’s energy policy is premised on the assumption that clean renewable sources like wind and solar will require huge quantities of storage before they can make a significant dent in the greenhouse gas emissions from electricity generation. A new Harvard study pokes holes in that conventional wisdom. The analysis published today in […]

These videos show how a Wood stove runs a generator, produces gasoline & propane,runs a fridge and heats hot water at the same time

ELECTRICAL POWER,GAS,DIESEL FUEL,HOT WATER,  FROM DIY WOOD FIRE STOVE Published on Jan 9, 2013 This is the most efficient wood stove on the planet it will make gasoline run a generator and a propane fridge, heats hot water and your home at the same time. this system works on any dry organic material. AAA AAA […]

WASTE & BIOFUEL MARRIAGE FOR THE FUTURE

Waste the Answer to Biofuel’s Ethical Dilemma Say Researchers 14 April 2011 Second generation biofuels that use waste as a feedstocks could be the answer to ‘unethical practices’ that are encouraged by current policies on biofuels, according a report by the Nuffield Council on Bioethics. The UK based Nuffield Council on Bioethics examines ethical issues […]

BIOGAS PRODUCTION FROM MANURE WASTE

Small Scale Anaerobic Digestion to Boost Biogas Markets Small scale, distributed anaerobic digestion plants could offer an environmentally and economically stable solution for locally produced biogas. In Germany government incentives have led to the development of over 6000 anaerobic digestion (AD) facilities, generating twice as much power as all of the country’s waste to energy […]

PIG MANURE TO FUEL CRUDE OIL

Chemists Get Scoop On Crude ‘Oil’ From Pig Manure Science (June 17, 2008) — After a close examination of crude oil made from pig manure, chemists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) are certain about a number of things. Most obviously, “This stuff smells worse than manure,” says NIST chemist Tom Bruno. […]

CHICKEN MANURE TO ENERGY EQUIPMENT

VIV Europe 2010: Innovative gasification system to be introduced Chicken manure to energy Environmentally friendly, climate neutral and reliable: For the first time ever on display world wide at VIV Europe will be a gasification system which transforms biomass for example from poultry manure into energy. The clou of the Big Dutchman innovation is that, except for […]

FOOD INDUSTRY WASTE CONVERTS TO BIO GAS FUEL

Obtaining Bio-Gas From Food Industry Waste Science (Mar. 31, 2009) — The AZTI-Tecnalia technological centre, experts in food research, have put a biogas plant into operation in order to investigate novel systems of sustainable energy production based on the use of waste and sub-products from the food industry. This new plant exploits the enormous potential […]

SEWERAGE PLANTS WITH HIGH ENERGY SAVINGS

Energy-Efficient Sewage Plants Science (Aug. 22, 2009) — High-rate digestion with microfiltration is state-of-the-art in large sewage plants. It effectively removes accumulated sludge and produces biogas to generate energy. A study now reveals that even small plants can benefit from this process. Sewage plants remove organic matter from wastewater. If the accumulating sludge decays, biogas […]

SEWERAGE SLUDGE TO BIOFUEL,CLOSE TO REALITY

Biodiesel from Sewage Sludge Within Pennies a Gallon of Being Competitive Science (May 20, 2010) — Existing technology can produce biodiesel fuel from municipal sewage sludge that is within a few cents a gallon of being competitive with conventional diesel refined from petroleum, according to an article in ACS’ Energy & Fuels. Sludge is the […]