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biomethane gas digester storage flow process – NASA 2015 United Nations Global Change Environment ARCTIC Methane

October 29, 2015
biomethane gas digester storage flow process - NASA 2015 United Nations Global Change Environment ARCTIC Methane

biomethane gas digester storage flow process – NASA 2015 United Nations Global Change Environment ARCTIC Methane

biomethane gas digester storage flow process – NASA 2015 United Nations Global Change Environment ARCTIC Methane

the idea girl says

this company builds places to STORE the methane gases so it can be converted into BIO FUELS

they use solar power!

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Specific stream:
The Solar-Biofuels consortium is co-ordinating a range of research streams to analyse and optimise the use of micro algae for bio-methane production:

  • IMB Queensland (A/Prof. Hankamer): Industrial feasibility studies are being conducted to evaluate the use of micro algae produced in closed bioreactors for bio-gasification.
  • University of Bielefeld (Prof. Kruse): In cooperation with the industrial partner Biogas-Nord in Bielefeld, Germany, are con-ducting research on the analysis and optimisation of algae biomass as an alternative substrate for bio-methane production.
  • University of Karlsruhe (Prof. Posten): The optimisation of bioreactor systems de-signed for high throughput algae production for bio-methane production.

Picture below provided by Biogas Nord AG:

http://solarbiofuels.org/biomethane.php

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