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Power and waste management system for the poultry industry

The EERC will run several weeks of pilot-scale tests to determine the efficiency and performance of the system using poultry litter and other waste materials as fuel.

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Boeing 787 Dreamliner flew first time over Pacific Ocean using biofuel

Last June Boeing 747-8 Freighter crossed the Atlantic Ocean running partially on biofuel.

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Waste-to-energy technology moves from the lab to the marketplace

Technology invented by a University of California, Davis, researcher that converts solid waste into renewable energy is debuting today as the first commercially available, high-solid anaerobic digestion system in the United States.

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The nanosatelites powered by very efficient mini motor

A European team of researchers led by the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) in Switzerland has developed a prototype of a new, ultra-compact motor that will enable small satellites to journey beyond Earth’s orbit.

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Algae biofuel produced by NASA inside a network floating bags

According to a MIT Technology Review, NASA has developed a system capable to grow huge amount of algae for biofuel production.

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Liquid fuel to store electricity produced by solar panels

A new method of converting carbon dioxide into liquid fuel isobutanol using electricity produced by solar panels was developed by researchers at the UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science.

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Turn carbon dioxide into liquid fuel

Imagine being able to use electricity to power your car — even if it’s not an electric vehicle. Researchers at the UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science have for the first time demonstrated a method for converting carbon dioxide into liquid fuel isobutanol using electricity.

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Innovative device that uses bacteria growing in municipal sewage to make electricity and clean up the sewage

Scientists today described a new and more efficient version of an innovative device the size of a home washing machine that uses bacteria growing in municipal sewage to make electricity and clean up the sewage at the same time.

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Honda Introduces Solar Hydrogen Station

Honda Motor Co., Ltd. unveiled a Solar Hydrogen Station on the grounds of the Saitama Prefectural Office.

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HyTIME – the new European project to secure faster production of biohydrogen

Bacteria can produce hydrogen from biomass but they take their time. In a new European project (HyTIME), nine partners including universities, knowledge centres and industry will examine ways to increase the hydrogen production rate during the next three years.

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