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Posted on: 21 / 08 / 2021 | 0 Comentarios
The energy wasted in production processes could have a new life and contribute to the fight against climate change. The industrial waste heat generated in the Basque Country could be reused and would mean considerable energy savings in the facilities. Researchers from the UPV / EHU identify the potential of these sources of energy wasted so far in production processes and propose their recovery and reuse in other processes. In a context of the high cost of fossil fuels and the great environmental impact they represent, it is unthinkable to waste thermal energy.
Posted on: 08 / 08 / 2021 | 0 Comentarios
Industry is one of those sectors in which Hydrogen Combustion is called to play a fundamental role. In the last pre-holiday broadcast of the technical dissemination media The Hydrogen Podcast, Iñigo Béjar, CEO of E&M Combustión, tells the consultants of this specialized media the details concerning the combustion of hydrogen from the perspective of its extensive experience in technologies industrial combustion, both with alternative fuels and fossil fuels.
Posted on: 28 / 07 / 2021 | 0 Comentarios
E&M Combustion has developed a Mixed Burner to operate in an industrial waste treatment and recovery plant. The equipment is already underway in its final location, where it uses natural gas and recycled oil as fuel with the aim of reducing the environmental footprint and working on a sustainable circular economy project.
Posted on: 18 / 07 / 2021 | 0 Comentarios
The biogas market could have an excellent springboard in The Biogas Roadmap. On July 15, 2021, the Spanish Ministry for the Ecological Transition and the Demographic Challenge has released the proposed Biogas Roadmap to public information, with 43 lines of action to multiply by 3.8 the sustainable production of this gas from renewable source until 2030.
Posted on: 12 / 07 / 2021 | 0 Comentarios
With the goal of accelerating hydrogen projects, the US Department of Energy (DOE) will award $ 52.5 million for next-generation clean hydrogen technologies. This figure will serve to finance 31 projects, according to data published by Offshore Energy on July 8, 2021. The projects will focus on closing technical gaps in technologies for the production, storage, distribution and use of hydrogen, including fuel cells. .