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UKWIN publishes briefing on gasification failures

The United Kingdom Without Incineration Network (UKWIN) has recently published a briefing entitled “Gasification Failures in the UK: Bankrupticies and Abandonment”. This seven-page document draws upon published material to highlight how risky an investment these technologies have proved to be. 263 more words


Syngas Industry: North America dominates with high market shares of revenue and high production of syngas.

“2016 Global Syngas Industry Report” is a professional and in-depth research report on the world’s major regional market conditions of the Syngas industry, focusing on the main regions (North America, Europe and Asia) and the main countries (United States, Germany, Japan and China). 336 more words

Open Source Energy

In the 21st century, energy is a fundamental and universal need. It literally provides life and life-saving functions in healthcare and hygiene. It is a fundamental stepping stone to accessing information and advancing our civilization. 534 more words

Renewable Energy

Waste-to-Energy Power Plants: Empowering New Global Entrepreneurs

“Utilities see a big opportunity in distributed energy resources, but are unsure of the best business models (by which to benefit)”quote from Industry Survey of Electric Utility Executives (FEB.2015) 464 more words

Renewable Energy

Plasma Waste Gasification

Landfills are already a huge problem. Humans just keep producing garbage, especially in the so-called high tech societies of the world. We throw away anything, and the crap just keeps piling up. 649 more words

The Peaceful Revolution

[NEWS] Investor Proposes Using Shuttered NH Trash Incinerator for Gasification

– June 9, 2016, WCAX

A recycling firm with an option to purchase a decommissioned waste-to-energy plant in New Hampshire is proposing a pilot business turning trash into electricity using a gasification process. 107 more words


The Price of Energy is Due to Decline

Prices of solar panels are in a steep dive thanks to massive production rates in Asia. In the US, local installers of arrays that used to take 3 days to install can now complete the task in 4 hours. 522 more words

Renewable Energy