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A GreenHouse Gas Reduction

A still increasing share of our development,evaluation and benchmarking activities relates to more sustainable production and greenhouse gas reduction. In the field of gas reduction our involvement focuses on the development and Techno-economic evaluation of CO2 capture technologies and Biofuels and bio-based chemical processes.

We need to find a cheapest way to convert raw materials[resources] into products. We need to observe product quality,process safety and environment. This what is lacking to South Africa with regard to Energy Efficiency.

A good process example.

We need to use electricity or Energy very wisely and effectively. Switch off if you are going to a Tour. In South Africa, we are suffering and complain about the increase of Energy Cost. It is too hard to live.

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Comment by Lizo Tyali on March 21, 2010 at 4:38pm
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Comment by John D. Boyden on March 21, 2010 at 5:23pm
The missions here move us toward finding, developing, creating alternate energy resources that can reduce our dependence on the suppliers of energy at increasing costs. From an economic stand point, it can even be profitable to begin providing extra energy to a world wide power grid. When-not if- the world suppliers stop paying for extra energy supplied by consumers, then it can create alternate grids of energy resources for specific regions. +1 spark The solutions are found in renewable resources ranging from wind. water, solar and daily activity options with a better production of energy similar to the soccer balls a energy generator, bikes as energy generators, such that any possible human activity becomes a source of transferred energy for other uses.
Comment by Nick Heyming on March 22, 2010 at 9:57pm
Great post, I agree, we need to develop more means of converting resources (ideally waste streams) into sustainable, regenerative energy and food systems.


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