OPEN Opportunities in Envirotech

OPEN Opportunities in Envirotech

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Biodiesel to Power Swedish Train Line. In Sweden, Swiss train operator, Inlandsbanan AB has received funding from the European Commission to trail rapeseed-based biodiesel as a fuel alternative for its entire fleet of passenger and freight trains.  The aim is to convert 100% of its engines to run on biodiesel produced from low erucic acid varieties of canola seed, also known as RME, by 2020.

Biodiesel to Power Swedish Train Line. In Sweden, Swiss train operator, Inlandsbanan AB has received funding from the European Commission to trail rapeseed-based biodiesel as a fuel alternative for its entire fleet of passenger and freight trains. The aim is to convert 100% of its engines to run on biodiesel produced from low erucic acid varieties of canola seed, also known as RME, by 2020.

Study Shows Solar Cell To Produce Fuel Rather Than Electricity. Read more on the OPEN Blog

Study Shows Solar Cell To Produce Fuel Rather Than Electricity. Read more on the OPEN Blog

Yield Improvements: Growing the World's Energy Future. The ever-evolving nature of new technology in almost every arena makes it such that what was normal yesterday will be seen as lagging behind tomorrow. Consequently, change is a constant thing in an industry like biofuels. Biofuels technologies are continually advancing and building upon the past, and one of the areas in which this is effectively seen is that of yield improvements.

We have 4 seasons.almost winter, winter, still winter, and road construction season

The Future is Now: Flex-Fuel Vehicles (FFVs) and Renewable Biofuels. Biofuels have continually advanced throughout their entire history. But how aware are we of the automotive industry's successful efforts in keeping pace by providing us stylish, efficient and all-around fabulous driving options that use modern biofuels? For those who don't realise how much biofuel-powered automobiles have grown right alongside the renewable fuel made to power them: This blog is for you.

The Future is Now: Flex-Fuel Vehicles (FFVs) and Renewable Biofuels

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The products you choose, thcauses you support and the ways in which you get involved can have real positive impact on the environment, ecology and the health of everyone we share this planet with.

Cellulosic Ethanol.  Cellulosic ethanol production on the other hand is a biofuel from lignocellulose, the main structural element of wood, straw, grasses, and other inedible parts of relevant plant structures. Its main distinctive: It is a non-food-based ethanol.  Read more on the OPEN blog!

Cellulosic ethanol: An advanced non-food based approach, now in commercial production, holding immense potential above conventional ethanol.

Is Algae the next biofuel? Biofuel has long been seen as a potential replacement for petrol. Oils from land plants, animals, organic matter like waste and algae, can be processed to create a range of combustible fuels including biodiesel. Liquid fuels such as biodiesel, butanol, petrol, ethanol and jet fuel are produced as a needed supplement to not-so-clean fossil fuels for vehicle power.  Read more on OPENs Blog!

Ocean algae can evolve fast to tackle climate change

Farm waste and animal fats will help power a united jet. Growing pressure to reduce carbon emissions and lower costs has prompted airlines to seek environmentally friendly fuels. In the near future, a United Airlines flight from Los Angeles International to San Francisco will be using fuel generated from farm waste and animal fat, also know as biofuels, to power their journey.

Farm waste and animal fats will help power a united jet. Growing pressure to reduce carbon emissions and lower costs has prompted airlines to seek environmentally friendly fuels. In the near future, a United Airlines flight from Los Angeles International to San Francisco will be using fuel generated from farm waste and animal fat, also know as biofuels, to power their journey.