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Cutting edge, algal bio-sequestration, to be implemented at Bayswater, coal power station to convert effluent into biofuels
Synopsis A world-first, biological, carbon capture plant is potentially on the horizon to clean up coal power station effluent. This technology, if successful, could be a game changer for energy production: “clean” coal power coupled with renewable petrol production. How … Continue reading
Posted in Biofuels Tagged algae, algae tec, Banking, bayswater, Biofuel, Biomass, biosequestration, carbon capture, Carbon Tax, coal power station, mbd energy, Pollution Leave a comment
Why do we need large, coal-power based, energy grids? Can’t a local, Green solution of Solar Panels and Biomass replace this antiquated system?
I work in Renewables and am proud to do so. In particular, I work in the costing of new, energy plant. I have always had a hunch that biomass generation was a no go with respect to being a … Continue reading
Posted in Biomass, Cost of Energy Tagged Biomass, Coal Power, Cost of Energy, Energy Grid, Hidden Cost of Biomass, Local Generation, Solar Panels, Wind Farms Leave a comment
What’s the relative cost of energy production?
The relative cost of energy production is a golden nugget of information that should permeate any debate on energy planning. Should we decommission, “dirty” coal power stations and replace them with only slightly less “dirty”, gas-fired stations? Why not go … Continue reading
Posted in Cost of Energy Tagged $/MWh, Biomass, Coal, Cost of Energy, Gas, Geothermal, Nuclear, Solar, Wind Leave a comment