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The use of natural gas in the form of CNG (compressed natural gas) is becoming an accepted alternative to petroleum; i.e. gasoline.   In 2011, the use of natural gas as a fuel for automobiles and trucks rose 7.1 % per year with a remarkable increase of thirty-eight percent (38%) since 2006.  688 more words


candid visions: The Broadening Energy Infastructure Market

From insights Autumn 2014

For many years, the world has equated Dresser-Rand with reliable machinery for applications in oil, gas, chemical, petrochemical, process, and defense industries. 1,931 more words

Combined Heat And Power (CHP)

Nicaragua increase use of biomass and bio-fuels


Nicaragua is the second largest exporter of sugar in Central America and is the country making the most use of sugarcane bagasse to generate clean energy. 588 more words


Get exited: Vertical Farms!

As is well known the world population has increased exponentially during the last decade. Furthermore we all are aware of the rising amount of CO2 in our atmosphere… So that’s not what I’m going to get in detail about. 530 more words


Need to stop this

Not been very well lately, so not been as many blog entries as I would like.

This caught my eye : http://www.biofuelwatch.org.uk/2014/gib-mgt-alert/ today.

It is an example of something which claims to be green & renewable, but isn’t. 141 more words

Reality Party