Bioenergy Equipment in Monaco

Serving Monaco | Near Monaco
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Bioethanol

by ACCIONA Energy     based in SARRIGUREN, SPAIN

ACCIONA Energy produces bioethanol -a fuel of plant origin that can act as an additive to or replacement for petrol (gasoline)- in a plant located in the Spanish region of Castilla-La Mancha. The facility has an annual production capacity of 26,000 tonnes (33 million litres). The base material is raw alcohol from wine sector auctions that the EU ...

Bioenergy

by wpd offshore GmbH     based in Bremen, GERMANY

In addition to its business activities in the area of wind power, wpd AG is also paying close attention to the use of agricultural biomass for purposes of environmentally friendly power generation. A particular focus of attention here is the efficient production and use of biogas for generating both electricity and heat in decentralized facilities ...

MuckBuster - Anaerobic Digester

by SEaB Energy Ltd.     based in Southampton, UNITED KINGDOM

Agricultural communities face unprecedented pressures to make the best of scare resources and to comply with the ever-increasing legislative and environmental demands. MUCKBUSTER is a self-contained anaerobic digester, designed to process animal manure, organic or septic waste. We offer a range of configurations to suit food growers, livestock ...

Fire

by HAFNER Srl     based in Bolzano, ITALY

Biomass refers to the entirety of the mass of organic material in a defined ecosystem that became bio-chemically synthesized. Therefore it contains the mass of all living beings, including the died out organisms and the organic metabolism products. About 60% of the biomass of the earth is represented through microorganisms. Biologists and ...

Biorefinery

by Reinders Droogtech     based in Almelo, NETHERLANDS

Our biorefinery process technology is designed to produce chemicals such as alcohols, solvents and other bio-chemicals from plant matter, wood waste and waste paper in a cost-efficient, low environmental impact way. Some of these chemicals are components in our engineered fuel blends. These fuel components are renewable and, in use, contribute no ...

Waste Management, Bioenergy, Biochar, Alternative Energy

by Ruixin Environmental Specialty Equipment Manufacturing Co.,Ltd. (RESEM)     based in shangqiu, CHINA

waste management, bioenergy, biochar, alternative energy,RESEM|A Leading Pyrolysis Plant Manufacturer,RESEM provides Pyrolysis Oil Plant systems that convert petroleum based waste streams such as plastics, tires, into quality fuels oil, carbons .http://www.pyrolysisoil.net, Product Details Place of Origin: Henan China (Mainland) Brand Name: RESEM ...

Wind Energy

by Tula International     based in Atlanta, GEORGIA (US) (USA)

A number of factors currently at play will influence the future of the wind energy industry, such as government policy; attention and investment by venture capitalists; price fluctuations and raw materials issues, not to mention a shortage of qualified engineers and maintenance professionals.

Solar Energy

by Tula International     based in Atlanta, GEORGIA (US) (USA)

“Green” is now a global energy business mindset. The original green energy trend – solar power – may have once meant panels on a home, but today it is a big and growing industry. Solar Market Insight from the SEIA notes that, in 2010, the U.S. added 887 megawatts (MW) of grid-connected solar photovoltaic power – more ...

Geothermal Energy

by Tula International     based in Atlanta, GEORGIA (US) (USA)

While geothermal energy remains less prominent than wind and solar, it has actually been more than 50 years since the first power-generating project went on line in California. In addition to its longevity, it is also a global industry. Demonstration projects are in operation or under development in Germany, France, the United Kingdom and ...

Hydro Energy

by Tula International     based in Atlanta, GEORGIA (US) (USA)

Humans have been using the power of water for centuries. Today, about 18% of the world’s electricity is produced by this reliable, time-tested technology. Hydro power shares many advantages with other renewable energy sources, such as reducing our reliance on fuel imports and our impact on the environment. As hydro plants can be ...

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