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Combustible Storage Research institutes

  • IPAC-CO2 Research Inc.

    IPAC-CO2 Research Inc., the International Performance Assessment Centre for Geologic Storage of Carbon Dioxide, is an environmental non-government organization committed to providing independent risk assessments to governments, industry and the public. The secretariat or administrative offices are ...

    based in Regina, SASKATCHEWAN (CANADA).

  • Fraunhofer Institute for Environmental, Safety and Energy Technology UMSICHT

    Fraunhofer UMSICHT examines, develops and optimises technical processes in the areas of environmental, safety, process, and energy technology. Environmentally compatible processes, hydrological engineering, biomass energy generation, district heating

    based in Oberhausen, GERMANY.

  • BIO-H2-GEN Inc. Research & Development

    BIO-H2-GEN Inc., a “start-up”, has embarked on a Phase II program where they will evolve into a major distributed producer of a zero-carbon hydrogen energy carrier without the encumbrance of carbon or other greenhouse gases. A HYDROGEN ECONOMY is when the energy carrier is pure hydrogen gas; ...

    based in ONTARIO (CANADA).

  • Environmental Research and Education Foundation (EREF)

    The leading institution lighting a clear path, through research and education, translating ideas into action for sustainable waste management practices. They created what was then called the National Solid Waste Management Association Foundation because they accepted the premise that research by ...

    based in Raleigh, NORTH CAROLINA (USA).

  • Saskatchewan Research Council

    SRC is Saskatchewan`s leading provider of applied R&D and technology commercialization. We take the leading-edge knowledge developed in Saskatchewan and sell it to the world and, at the same time, bring the best knowledge the world has to offer and apply it to the unique Saskatchewan situations. ...

    based in Saskatoon, SASKATCHEWAN (CANADA).

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