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"Carbon-removing" gas stations: the future of transportation?

Over the past several decades, gas stations have remained largely immune to the disruption that has radically altered other industries. But as climate change continues to increase, the imperative for innovation at the pump will start to increase significantly. 596 more words

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“If you wish to understand the Universe, think of energy, frequency and vibration.” -Nikola Tesla

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My name is Nikola Vrač
Energy therapist with Certificate on completion of training in bio-energy by the method of “Ruben Papian” 14 more words

Bioenergy

Photosynthesis and growth of Igniscum

Effects of nitrogen and phosphate fertilization on leaf nutrient content, photosynthesis, and growth of the novel bioenergy crop Fallopia sachalinensis cv. ‘Igniscum Candy‘

The aim of the study was to determine the effects of nitrogen and phosphate fertilization on the growth performance of the novel bioenergy crop Fallopia sachalliensis cv. 225 more words

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CEG Members Attend People's Climate March

CEG Member Tim Maker at the People’s Climate in NYC on 9/21/14

Calais Energy Group members attended the People’s Climate March on September 21, 2014 to promote renewable energy solutions to the issue of climate change.

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Burning wood as dust

I have been involved in an intresting development project, where the goal has been to convert a hetaing boiler to burn wood instead of oil. The pilot unit is now ready and running. 131 more words

Water use of the new bioenergy crop Igniscum

Transpiration and biomass production of the bioenergy crop Giant Knotweed IGNISCUM under various supplies of water and nutrients.

Soil water availability, nutrient supply and climatic conditions are key factors for plant production. 205 more words

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Avoiding Bioenergy Competition for Food Crops and Land

Avoiding Bioenergy Competition for Food Crops and Land. World Resources Institute. Tim Searchinger and Ralph Heimlich. January 2015.

The report shows that any dedicated use of land for growing bioenergy inherently comes at the cost of not using that land for growing food or animal feed, or for storing carbon. 30 more words

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