Analyzing Renewable Technologies

As new technologies continue to emerge in renewable fuels, renewable chemicals, and other renewable energy, it is imperative that investors and lenders, and the project participants themselves, engage experienced professional to help analyze the technical and economic aspects of these new projects. Techno-economic assessments, sometimes called techno economic analysis, or TEAs, are one tool used…

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Carbon Capture

The best renewable energy and biochemical consulting firms have experts in a wide variety of bioeconomy specialties, including carbon capture.   These firms should also have experts in renewable fuels like ethanol fuel and diesel biodiesel, synthetic diesel, renewable chemicals, renewable electricity, biomass energy, feedstocks, biomass technologies, bioproducts, and all areas of sustainability, synthetic biology, emerging…

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Synthetic Biology Commercialization

Synthetic Biology Commercialization is an interdisciplinary area which focuses on planning and strategy thru commercializat is the study to build newly developed biological systems, with the focus on taking parts of natural biological systems, cataloguing, characterizing and simplifying them, and then using them as components of some engineered biological system.  So, while industrial biotechnology provides…

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Financing Green Energy Projects

Financing Green Energy Projects? Innovative renewable energy projects, such as geothermal energy, biomass, waste-to-energy and others, are gaining interest and support as sustainable options that can provide the electricity the world needs, while cutting dependence on fossil fuels. Compared to carbon-producing sources of energy, green energy can improve the quality of air, water and soil…

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Polypropylene Experts

Polypropylene experts are those who work with this second most widely produced thermoplastic (after polyethylene) and is manufactured using chain growth polymerization via Zigler-Natta catalysis.  The global market for polypropylene is expected to be $156B by the year 2026.  Polypropylene has a melting point that ranges between 130 to 171 deg.C, depending upon crystallinity and…

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