Article - 21 Nov 2012
The constantly increasing world population is increasing fuel consumption at a much faster rate than ever before. With many oil wells and coal resources depleting around the world, algae fuel seems to...
Article - 17 Aug 2009
Biochar is a form of charcoal believed by many to present enormous opportunities in enhancing crop growth, remediating contaminated soil and preventing climate change causing carbon emissions. Biochar...
Article - 23 May 2013
Algal biofuel is an alternative to fossil fuel, which is generated by specific algae species from carbon dioxide.
Article - 20 Feb 2013
'Syngas' or 'synthesis gas' is a combination of hydrogen, carbon monoxide, small quantities of carbon dioxide and other trace gases. Normally derived from feedstocks, Syngas contains carbon, such as...
Article - 7 Feb 2013
Algae encompasses a large and varied group of autotrophic, photosynthetic organisms most of which have a very simple structure. They occur as single-cells, multi-cells or also as giant kelps.
Article - 19 Aug 2019
With fossil fuel depots becoming increasingly depleted every day and the difficulty of locating new reserves, it has become clear that there is an expiration date for the use and availability of...
Article - 14 Dec 2018
Natural gas can possess up to 75 to 99% methane, and its use is common throughout the world as fuel for heating, cooking, generating electricity, and powering vehicles.
Article - 29 Dec 2012
Biofuels are liquid fuels derived from biological materials like vegetable oils, corn or sugar cane.
Article - 17 Dec 2012
Biofuel is fuel produced from renewable biomass material, commonly used as an alternative, cleaner fuel source to burning fossil fuels.
Article - 16 Jul 2015
With a quarter of its territory in the Arctic, Finland is a country in Northern Europe largely defined by its long and cold winters.