Converting Carbon Emissions into Liquid Fuels

 

Converting Carbon Emissions into Liquid Fuels

Posted: 17 May 2012 03:16 PM PDT

It is pretty much unilaterally agreed that renewable energy is vital for the future of energy production, and with that in mind many companies are researching new ways of creating cheap alternatives to traditional fossil fuels.One idea that is becoming more popular is capture and recycling of carbon emissions to create ‘syngas’ which can then be converted into transportation fuel.One company researching this technology is Carbon Sciences from California whose chief executive, Byron Elton, admitted that, “whilst you can achieve…

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State Department Shuts Down Wind Turbines due to Noise Pollution

Posted: 17 May 2012 03:15 PM PDT

A few residents in Falmouth, Massachusetts have finally won in their battle to have local wind turbines shut down due to the noise levels that they produced.The Department of Environmental Protection released a report on Tuesday which stated that the noise levels from turbines less than 1,500 feet from the nearest home exceeded the acceptable state levels. Three megawatts of wind power will be shut down whilst further investigations are under way.There is fear that this finding will give power to the increasingly vocal opponents of wind power.…

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Mid-Atlantic States now have enough Solar Capacity to Power 1 Million Homes

Posted: 17 May 2012 03:13 PM PDT

Over recent years many nations around the world have acknowledged the need to employ a transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy. Whether it be due to the threat of diminishing oil supplies, or in an attempt to reduce their carbon emissions and the rate of climate change. In this fashion the number of renewable energy installations, such as wind and solar farms have exploded, with gigawatts of clean energy being developed each year.In the US, the total solar capacity in the Mid-Atlantic states has doubled for the past two years consecutively,…

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Posted: 17 May 2012 03:16 PM PDT

It is pretty much unilaterally agreed that renewable energy is vital for the future of energy production, and with that in mind many companies are researching new ways of creating cheap alternatives to traditional fossil fuels.One idea that is becoming more popular is capture and recycling of carbon emissions to create ‘syngas’ which can then be converted into transportation fuel.One company researching this technology is Carbon Sciences from California whose chief executive, Byron Elton, admitted that, “whilst you can achieve…

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State Department Shuts Down Wind Turbines due to Noise Pollution

Posted: 17 May 2012 03:15 PM PDT

A few residents in Falmouth, Massachusetts have finally won in their battle to have local wind turbines shut down due to the noise levels that they produced.The Department of Environmental Protection released a report on Tuesday which stated that the noise levels from turbines less than 1,500 feet from the nearest home exceeded the acceptable state levels. Three megawatts of wind power will be shut down whilst further investigations are under way.There is fear that this finding will give power to the increasingly vocal opponents of wind power.…

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Mid-Atlantic States now have enough Solar Capacity to Power 1 Million Homes

Posted: 17 May 2012 03:13 PM PDT

Over recent years many nations around the world have acknowledged the need to employ a transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy. Whether it be due to the threat of diminishing oil supplies, or in an attempt to reduce their carbon emissions and the rate of climate change. In this fashion the number of renewable energy installations, such as wind and solar farms have exploded, with gigawatts of clean energy being developed each year.In the US, the total solar capacity in the Mid-Atlantic states has doubled for the past two years consecutively,…

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