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Gasificador G3 California

This video is a short clip to show the work I’ve been doing on the G3-I that I designed. It uses Gasification of biomass, in this case pellets, to produce hydrogen and carbon monoxide for the purpose of running internal combustion engines. 148 more words


AM warns 'residents will be guinea pigs' for syngas industry

FLINTSHIRE residents are set to become guinea pigs in a huge experiment, a politician has warned.

Resource company Cluff Natural Resources (CNR) has announced coal reserve targets of between 980 million and 1.23 billion tonnes at its Underground Coal Gasification (UCG) licence site off the Point of Ayr. 88 more words


Yet Another Change Of Course

I want to talk about overunity.  Anyone that has looked around this blog knows that I have a special place in my heart for refrigeration… 1,136 more words


China provinces on track to meet 2015 energy/pollution reduction goals

Pilot project in carbon capture and storage technology at this facility in Inner Mongolia

Most of China’s provinces are ahead of schedule or on track to meet 2015 energy savings targets, the government said on Friday, with Beijing and Shanghai among the frontrunners as the world’s No.2 economy seeks to reduce its impact on the environment.

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All about gas, coal has lost it

It is all about gas. Coal has lost it, but it is a good distraction. Petroleum is a convenient price setter. Renewables are the future and the trick is to be to get the traditional utility models to take ownership. 1,502 more words

Hot Air

Tecnologías disponibles para la generación de bioenergía

A continuación se presentan brevemente las tecnologías con las que cuenta Acclaim para las aplicaciones de generación de bioenergía:

Gasificación de biomasa:

La gasificación es el proceso de conversión de la biomasa sólida a una forma gaseosa a través de la pirólisis parcial, oxidación y reducción en condiciones sub-estequiométricas. 1,098 more words

Energías Renovables

Burning coal undersea could be fuel of the future

Burning coal undersea could be fuel of the future

Image: Thinkstock

Burning coal under the seabed sounds like a crazy idea – but experts believe it is a safer, cleaner way of getting fuel out of the ground than traditional coal mining. 357 more words