[Gasification] Enventix: Syngas and Biochar from Waste
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Sun Jan 16 14:44:39 CST 2011
See the information published in the site , the link you sent
E*nventix integrated oxygen-free gasification and steam generation system
enables highly-efficient and cost-effective clean power generation and
synthetic materials and fuels from coal, petroleum coke, biomass or any
organic waste. It reduces the cost of Integrated Coal Gasification Plant
(IGCC) by more than 24% and increases the efficiency by more than 15%*
*** The new process show answer to our old following important questions
Can any one know in our the product gas is producer gas or GEK type
quality gas , which was the source for hot topic in our list.
Syngas is possible to make without pure oxygen and also with reduced
capital investments ?
Is it pure syngas or gas with better quality?
Is this site above publication about syngas can be true or not ?
Can SOFC fuell cell engine can more economical than Ic engines and
Can production of methanol from syngas , can be more viable
On Sun, Jan 16, 2011 at 4:58 PM, Tom Miles <tmiles at trmiles.com> wrote:
> Here's a new gasification/biochar company and process: Enventix
> To be presented at:
> Distributed Waste-to-Clean-Power
> Thursday, Feb 17 6:30p at
> el> Avatar Hotel, Santa Clara, CA
> Enventix Clean Power from Waste Biomass
> Enventix's patent-pending Enpresso system is a breakthrough in the
> production of pure syngas for a gas turbine from mixed waste or biomass
> without the need for pure oxygen. It enables the conversion of waste
> to clean, renewable electricity at the distributed scale using
> high-efficiency gas turbines. The two-step process first converts organics
> to bio-oil in a closed-loop, low-temperature, thermal batch cycle. The
> reformer then enriches the bio-oil with steam to pure syngas. The syngas is
> sent to a gas turbine or solid oxide fuel cell for power generation. Having
> 38% theoretical efficiency, this process offers a promising option for
> distributed scale waste-to- power generation.
> Dr. Monem Alyaser is the Chief Executive Officer of Enventix. Monem is an
> entrepreneur, materials process engineer, and expert in the design and
> optimization of high temperature reactors, furnaces and processes. He has
> over 20 years of experience in research in heat transfer and reacting
> Dr. Alyaser is the inventor of the Enventix integrated gasification and
> steam generation system, and the biochar converter. Monem earned a B.S.
> degree in metallurgical engineering from Laurentian University, and a Ph.D.
> in Metals & Materials Engineering from the University of British Columbia.
> Sponsored by EcoGreen Group of Silicon Valley and Right Management Clean
> Tech Forum.
> When: Thursday February 17, 2011
> Where: Avatar Hotel,"The Garage" meeting room
> 4200 Great America Parkway
> Santa Clara, CA
> Schedule: 6:30 - 7:00 pm Registration & Networking
> 7:00 - 8:00 pm Program
> 8:00 - 8:30 pm Q&A
> Tickets: Free Event
> Who Should Attend:
> Individuals from the private and public sector looking for:
> Awareness of California's current and future energy needs
> Investment, technology development and career opportunities
> Role of energy efficiency and conservation in meeting future needs
> Professional development and networking opportunities
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