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HTDC unveils new $6.8 million waste-to-energy system
The waste-to-energy project demonstration will show how 10 tons of waste per day can be converted to electricity through gasification technology. Applications of the Turnw2e, Waste-To-Energy Gasification system include solid waste, animal and crop ... [...]
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Covanta Report: Waste to Energy Emissions Down, Recycling Up
New Jersey based waste to energy firm, Covanta (NYSE: CVA), reduced stack emissions by 53% since 2007 and increased the amount of metals it recycles to 500,000 tonnes, according to its third sustainability report. The company said that the report is ... [...]
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New $6.8 Million Waste-to-Energy System Unveiled
The High Technology Development Corporation's Hawaiʻi Center for Advanced Transportation Technologies sponsored a demonstration of a $6.8 million renewable and clean, waste to energy generating system today. The demonstration runs through this ... [...]
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Renewable energy projects must not rob locals of their land in Uganda
Just because clean energy is the right thing to do environmentally doesn't mean it is devoid of risks to local communities. Moreover, some renewable energy projects don't provide electricity to local communities – the energy is exported or routed to ... [...]
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Biomass, Biogas and Waste to Energy Growth Outstripped by Other Technologies in US
New biomass, biogas and waste to energy capacity together added 224 MW to U.S. renewable energy capacity in 2015, up 15% from the year before, according to a new study from Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) and the Business Council for ... [...]
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POD wants to produce cleaner portable gasification system
STILLWATER — Converting waste to energy isn't a new idea, but one fledgling company spinning out of Oklahoma State University research hopes newly patented technology will convert enough investors to get its portable gasification system into ... [...]
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The latest innovation in renewable energy is an army of huge, sunken turbines …
Take a map of Great Britain and draw a line between its extremities. Far to the southwest is Land's End. In the northeast corner, your pen will fall into the sea at the windswept tip of Scotland, not far from John o'Groats. That's the future site of ... [...]
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Flattening the "duck curve" to get more renewable energy on the grid
Those lines show "net load" — which is total demand for electricity minus whatever renewable energy is on the grid — over a typical spring day in California. As you can see, as more and more solar energy comes online during the sunny daytime hours, ... [...]
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