Cogeneration Goes Global

As CHP systems can tap into a wide array of fuels to operate including coal, biomass and natural gas, there are few restrictions on where they can be installed.

More to Biofuel Production than Yield

With supportive policies, we envision the ability to design agricultural landscapes to maximize multiple benefits.

Controlled Nuclear Fusion:
The Energy Source That Is Always A Few Years Away

In my opinion the potential payoff of nuclear fusion is too big and important for the world to ignore.

Technology to Aid Geothermal Industry Growth

By utilizing Web-based technology, organizations involved in geothermal energy can realize significant cost-savings, in a paperless environment, through efficiencies in critical aspects of projects.

Geothermal Energy: A Resource Waiting To Be More Fully Tapped

A discussion covering the geothermal context, power generation, ground source heat pumps and geothermal's potential for the future.

Using Microbes to Produce Biofuel

Liquid fuels derived from plant biomass are one of the best alternatives if an inexpensive means of commercial production can be found. Major research efforts are focusing on fatty acids, which are the energy-rich molecules in living cells that have been dubbed nature's petroleum.

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