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CHAR Technologies eyes Kirkland Lake, Ont. as potential site for new plant

CHAR specializes in high temperature pyrolysis. It converts woody materials and organic waste into renewable gases and biocarbon.

Biden administration eyes 2050 for the replacement of jet fuel with sustainable alternatives

Replacing all jet fuel with sustainable alternatives is a goal set by the Biden administration for realization in 2050.

Delta Air Lines to purchase SAF test batch produced by Chevron

Chevron is to produce the SAF at its El Segundo Refinery for use by Delta at the Los Angeles International Airport.

Banff’s biomass district heating system aided by solar photovoltaics project

The solar array provides a renewable energy source to help heat four municipal buildings that use wood waste for heating a water/glycol mixture pumped through an underground network of pipes.

USDA takes on ‘Grand Challenge’ to meet SAF demands for 2050

The USDA, the Department of Transportation and the Department of Energy in the United States have introduced the “Grand Challenge” – a goal of supporting the production of 35 billion gallons of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) by 2050.
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Blue hydrogen and substitute natural gas seen as leaders in energy transition

A paper published by the Journal of Petroleum Technology suggests hydrogen is the most promising low-carbon-intensity energy vector while substitute natural gas – among hydrocarbon-based fuels – is the most promising and immediate solution. » Read more...

Virginia Tech researchers exploring converting food waste into rechargeable batteries

The research team has learned that the fibre component in food waste is key to developing advanced carbon materials that can be used as the negative terminal of a battery. » Read more...
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