[Gasification] FW: Gasification internship opportunity in Philippines
brucewilsoncontracting at earthlink.net
Tue May 1 06:33:41 CDT 2018
Asa and group,
I do not understand the decision to make charcoal then use a
gasifier to make electricity and heat.
You are adding an unnecessary step to the process.
There are off the shelf units that will gasify the organic matter
and make electricity and heat, and their manufacturers will offer the
engineering you need to select a system if you can quantify the amount
of the waste stream, the electricity needs and the heat requirements for
On 4/30/2018 6:33 PM, tmiles at trmiles.com wrote:
> Here’s an opportunity in the Philippines:
> To lead the design, construction and installation of an integrated
> biomass energy system
> and improved coconut meat dryer for CocoAsenso’s processing facilities.
> ● The biomass energy system will be based around charcoal production,
> of charcoal (to produce syngas for generator) and heat recovery (to
> provide heat for
> coconut dryer and boiler).
> ● The dryer will be thermally tied into the biomass energy system. The
> dryer may be
> a cabinet dryer, conveyor dryer, fluidized bed dryer, or some other
> type of dryer
> that would be ideal for CocoAsenso’s production of desiccated coconut.
> Please reply to Asa Feinstein at CocoAsenso asa at cocoasenso.com
> <mailto:asa at cocoasenso.com>
> Tom Miles
> *From:* Asa Feinstein <asa at cocoasenso.com>
> *Sent:* Monday, April 30, 2018 8:58 AM
> *To:* tmiles at trmiles.com
> *Subject:* Gasification internship opportunity in Philippines
> Dear Tom,
> My name is Asa Feinstein. I'm the founder of CocoAsenso
> <http://cocoasenso.com/>, a social enterprise working to increase
> incomes of coconut farmers in the Philippines by developing a network
> of efficient post-harvest processing facilities. Last year we were
> named one of the top pre-revenue social enterprises in Asia
> We are currently looking for a engineering intern (with stipend) who
> is willing to come to the Philippines to help us develop an integrated
> coconut biomass energy system based around charcoal gasification (and
> heat recovery from charcoal production).
> I thought this opportunity could be of interest to some of the people
> on your mailing list. I have attached a document that provides an
> overview CocoAsenso, our engineering challenges and the internship
> Please let me know if you have any questions. I really appreciate the
> help and I'm hopeful that we'll be able to connect with some good
> candidates for this project.
> All the best,
> Asa Feinstein
> Founder | CEO
> Tel: +63 929 953 9536
> Email: asa at cocoasenso.com <mailto:asa at cocoasenso.com>| Linkedin
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