Renewable Hydrogen

Renewable hydrogen is produced by a process known as electrolysis, where an electric current splits water into hydrogen and oxygen. If the electricity is produced by renewable sources like solar, wind, or biofuels, the resulting hydrogen will be considered renewable as well and has numerous emissions benefits. Hydrogen produced from this process can be used…

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Ethanol as a Fuel

Interest in ethanol as fuel continues to rise. Most of the gasoline now sold in the United States is blended with some amount of fuel ethanol. These blends are named by their ethanol content. For example, a blend of 10% fuel ethanol and 90% gasoline (by volume) is known as E10 gasoline. In 2019, about…

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Synthetic Biology Experts

Synthetic biology experts assist in redesigning organisms for useful purposes by engineering them to have new abilities. Synthetic biology researchers and companies around the world are harnessing the power of nature to solve problems in medicine, manufacturing, and agriculture.is a rapidly emerging field that applies science and engineering principles to biology, resulting in the design…

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Sustainable Aviation Fuels Expert

Sustainable aviation fuels are here to stay.  While transitioning away from fossil aviation is probably some years away, there is clear momentum with more and more airlines, airports, aircraft manufacturers, fuel producers, and regulators committed to ambitious climate change targets that include carbon-neutral growth beginning in 2020, and halving of CO2 emissions using renewable jet…

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Sustainable Aviation Future

Can the sustainable aviation industry respond quickly enough to meet the demand for these alternatives to fossil fuels? With net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, and airlines, airports, manufacturers, producers, and regulators committing to transition away from fossil fuels, can the industry achieve this transition? Sustainable aviation fuel is a drop-in fuel solution that helps the…

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Waste to Energy Technology

Waste-to-energy technology (WTE) refers to processes that convert trash – municipal solid wastes (MSW), agricultural wastes, medical or process wastes– into usable energy, such as electricity, heat, or steam. A variety of methods are used to make solid, liquid, or gas fuel. Waste to Energy includes a variety of technologies consisting of several different thermochemical…

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Commercialization of Renewable Technologies

To tackle climate change, reduce solid waste and improve air and water quality, we must phase out current practices and switch to more sustainable solutions, many of which simply do not exist today. These new solutions, also known as renewable technology, cleantech, greentech and sustainable tech, are a hot area for investment, but face many…

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Creating Value from Landfill Gas

Creating Value from Landfill Gas? Landfills contain a toxic stew of biomass materials from old tires to food wastes to animal manure. It is literally the bottom of the rubbish barrel. The US EPA estimates that 250 million tons of municipal solid wastes are sent to landfills each year. These materials have a wide range…

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