Nano-spike catalysts convert carbon dioxide directly into ethanol

Posted by: Admin on November 10, 2016 in Blog

Capturing carbon dioxide from the air and turning it into something usable and saleable will go along way towards combating climate change. At the moment the best technology to do this is a tree so the ability to make ethanol using electricity and nanotechnology is really exciting! See more: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t7EYQLOlwDM
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Grown Fuel Biodiesel Plant in PNG opens

Posted by: Admin on June 24, 2016 in Blog

Grown Fuel has built another biodiesel plant in yet another country. The plant was built in Australia and shipped to PNG where it was met by Grown Fuel owner Paul Martin. It took four weeks to turn a renovated building into a fuel manufacturing facility, including installing the plant, pipe work and services, commissioning and … Continue reading "Grown Fuel Biodiesel Plant in PNG opens"
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Grown Fuel starts work on Port Moresby’s first used cooking oil (UCO) biodiesel plant

Posted by: Admin on June 22, 2016 in Blog

The plant is being built at Pacific Adventist University (PAU), the largest University in Papua New Guinea. The plant will be able to process all of the estimated 20 ton per month UCO generated in commercial kitchens in Port Moresby into ASTM D6751-08 B100 standardised biodiesel. To date there is no UCO collection in Port … Continue reading "Grown Fuel starts work on Port Moresby’s first used cooking oil (UCO) biodiesel plant"
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The first B100 biodiesel bowser in Australia

Posted by: Admin on June 14, 2016 in Blog

Opened by and stocked by Paul Martin’s company at Hexham in NSW 2001. In this photo Richard Amery, then minister for Agriculture, is opening the bowser, pumping the first biodiesel in Australia for the TV cameras.