Bioenergy Equipment in Illinois

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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 ...

Bioethanol

by Abengoa Bioenergy     based in Chesterfield, MONTANA (USA)

The ethanol produced can be used as a fuel additive and as an industrial chemical product. Most of the fuel ethanol in the USA and Canada is used as a gasoline additive and an enhancer of the number of octanes to replace the MTBE (Methyl-Tertiary-Butyl-Ether) by the direct mixing with the gasoline. A 10% volume ethanol blend (e10), known as ...

Carbon Capture with Bio Energy

by Aker Clean Carbon     based in Fornebu, NORWAY

Aker Clean Carbon has developed a novel concept of combining the CO2 capture process with a bio energy plant, providing steam and electricity to the capture facility. The concept makes the capture plant independent from the fossil fuel-fired power plant, and increases the total CO2 capture by catching the CO2 emmitted from the bio fuel burner as ...

Garioni Naval - Model GPT/AC, GPT/CP/AC - Solid Fuel Boiler

by Garioni Naval SpA     based in Castelmella, ITALY

A few notes about solid fuel combustion. In the combustion of solid fuel, many parameters must be controlled at the same time to obtain satisfactory results. The combustion chamber must have a fair volume, the steady state temperature must be correct and constant; the combustion air must be metered and dispensed properly; the depression inside ...

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 ...

BIO-CEL - Model MCP - Mechanical Cleaning Process

by MICRODYN-NADIR GmbH     based in Wiesbaden, GERMANY

The MBR process is the most advanced wastewater treatment process currently available. The submerged BIO-CEL® membrane modules replace space-intensive secondary clarifiers and safely separate the purified wastewater from the biomass. MBR systems offer many advantages over conventional systems, namely the excellent effluent quality and minimal ...

Nexum - BioEnergy

by Nexum International Ltd.     based in Winfield, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA)

Nexum BioEnergy intends to acquire, own, and operate facilities in North America. There are currently approximately 180 operating ethanol plants in North America. With the anticipated long term increase in energy prices (natural gas and electricity) and downward pressure on DDG prices due to market saturation, Nexum BioEnergy expects there to be a ...

Bioethanol

by AVA - Huep GmbH u. Co. KG     based in Herrsching, GERMANY

The importance of Bioethanol as an additive to regular fuel is increasing. The production of Bioethanol is realised worldwide with various source materials based on freely-available raw materials. In North America, Bioethanol is mainly produced from maize, while in Europe wheat, rye or barley serve as raw materials. Predominantly Bioethanol is ...

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 ...

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.

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