Alliance BioEnergy Plus Inc. Announces Continued Success in Cellulose to Sugar Conversion Rates and Efficiencies During Commercial Scale Optimization
Through the dry, mechanical process the Ek Labs team is now achieving a near 70% conversion of available sugars from a variety of feedstock's, in less than 15 minutes.
Geothermal Resources Council announces the best presentations showcased at the 39th GRC Annual Meeting in Reno, Nevada, USA
Latest updates on changing regulations, EU initiatives surrounding the circular economy and European/International trade to be discussed at Energy From Waste in December in London
Following on from the European Commission's up and coming release of the EU Circular Economy Package on December 2nd; SMi's 8th annual conference on Energy from Waste will gather senior industry experts to discuss the latest updates on changing regulations and its impact to the Energy from Waste Sector on 7th and 8th December in London, UK.
DVO earned its first Innovation of the Year award in the Technical category for its Phosphorus Recovery (PR) system.
At its third annual conference, the American Biogas Council (ABC) recognized 12 organizations for their leadership and innovation, which are helping to strengthen and grow the U.S. biogas industry. The award recipients were honored during the 2015 Biogas Industry Awards Reception held during BioCycle REFOR15 Conference and Expo: The Official Conference of the American Biogas Council. This year, the ABC recognized biogas industry leadership and innovation with 3 awards: Innovation of the Year, Project of the Year and the new Outside-the-Box award.
Geothermal systems provide consistent indoor temperature and humidity levels, while operating quietly. If you are an environmentalist, geothermal systems reduce the carbon footprint of your home or business by producing heating and cooling on site with the renewable resource of your land.
By Brooks Hays for UPI: Researchers at the University of North Dakota believe geothermal energy production should be a significant part of America's future energy portfolio. But to get the industry off the ground, proponents are looking to an industry not normally associated with renewable energy -- gas and oil drillers. "Oil- and gas-producing sedimentary basins in Colorado, Illinois, Michigan, and North Dakota contain formation waters of a temperature that is adequate for geothermal power production," researchers wrote in their new study on the subject, published this week in the journal Geosphere. Geothermal energy requires heat, and natural sources of heat lie deep within the ground. Gas and oil drillers have already built the infrastructure to access deep-lying natural resources. Of course, gas and oil drillers want gas and oil, not heat. But in their quest for gas and oil, they get heat nonetheless. Cont'd...
CTS plant located in Vidalia, Georgia
The $100,000 grant will allow Sierra Energy to further explore the production of hydrogen fuel from waste.
Sam Jackson to share insights on risk mitigation and cost reduction utilizing energy crops
Seals improve reliability of petrochemical service valves, pumps and rotating equipment.
Nearly 1,200 attendees from 26 different countries gather for the largest annual meeting of the global geothermal community
The Thermal Ceramics business of Morgan Advanced Materials announces the availability of its WDS® Flexible Pipe microporous insulation, ideal for deep-sea oil pipelines due its flexibility and superior insulating properties.
By Teresa Meng for The Chronicle: A Duke University professor has been awarded a $5.2 million U.S. Department of Energy grant to explore ways of making algae a cost efficient fuel source. The Duke-led Marine Algae Industrialization Consortium, comprised of both universities and energy companies, aims to lower the cost of algae oil, which can be used in place of fossil fuels. The team is working to identify algae proteins that can be used in protein-based nutritional products in order to make the entire algae farming process more cost-efficient. Zackary Johnson, Arthur P. Kaupe assistant professor of molecular biology in marine science, is the principal investigator of MAGIC and has been researching algae biofuels for eight years. “The goal of the research is to drive down the cost of algae biofuel by increasing the value of proteins within algae,” Johnson explained. Johnson and his team at MAGIC are trying to use multiple ways so that algae grown for biofuel extraction can also be sold after oil is extracted from the algae. Proteins in algae could be used for nutritional products such as poultry feed, fish feed or even food for humans. Extracting and selling these proteins would lower the overall production cost of extracting oil from the algae. In the future, algae proteins as food sources might even be a sustainable approach to feed the world. Algae biofuel has the potential to become a major source of sustainable energy because it can be produced quickly, easily and in high quality, Johnson said. Cont'd...
Industry experts will meet to discuss the key considerations in Energy From Waste in December in London
SMi Reports (2015. 10. 08, London): Some of the most senior industry experts in resource efficiency and waste management will gather this December to discuss the latest developments in Energy from Waste when SMi's 8th annual show returns to London.
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