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Topic: Gases
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Gases Golden,Colo: Unique fuel system design
posted by on Friday, April 26, 2002 - 06:47 AM

gfoat writes "Using a unique fuel system design, researchers have developed a prototype natural gas engine that significantly improves fuel efficiency without increasing emissions. A recent report from the U.S. Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) highlights the promise of the prototype medium-duty natural gas engine equipped with fuel-injected pre-chamber (FIPC) technology."

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Gases UK:Scientists have discovered vast quantities of hydrogen gas!
posted by on Tuesday, April 16, 2002 - 11:00 AM

gfoat writes "Scientists have discovered vast quantities of hydrogen gas, widely regarded as the most promising alternative to today's limited stocks of fossil fuels, lying beneath the Earth's crust. The discovery has stunned energy experts, who believe that it could provide virtually limitless supplies of clean fuel for cars, homes and industry! See the full report at Vancouver Sun "

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Gases California,East Bay: Massive new dual natural gas/steam power plant
posted by on Tuesday, November 27, 2001 - 08:30 AM

gfoat writes "FPL Energy LLC, a subsidiary of the corporation that owns Florida's largest electrical utility, has filed a permit application with the California Energy Commission for a $700 million, 1,120-megawatt facility in eastern Alameda County. The "Tesla Power Project" would be the largest post-deregulation facility in the East Bay and the second-largest in California. See the full article at The East Bay Business Times "

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Gases Japan: Hydrogen Fuel stations in the spotlight
posted by on Wednesday, August 08, 2001 - 09:34 AM

ptemple writes "Hydrogen gas stations for fuel-cell vehicles will open this coming April on a three year trial. The Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry is planning to set up three stations in the Tokyo and Yokohama areas to support recently launched test programs by four automakers and to study costs as well as safety and other issues related to the building of a hydrogen fuel infrastructure. See the full story at The Japan times "

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Gases UK:Statoil and BP Agree Long-term Norwegian Gas Contract
posted by on Monday, July 09, 2001 - 11:42 AM

gfoat writes "Statoil and BP have signed the first Norwegian long-term natural gas sales contract after the abolition of the Norwegian gas sales committee, GFU. It is also the first significant contract for gas supplies to the UK from the Norwegian continental shelf since the Frigg contract. "

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Gases Australian,Perth: jet-powered toilet wins alternative energy prize
posted by on Wednesday, June 06, 2001 - 11:20 AM

gfoat writes "A METHANE jet-powered toilet was in a school competition to develop alternative energy models for World Environment Day. Featuring among a collection of recyclable model boats and solar-powered trains, the innovative toilet system won Kyilla Primary School in North Perth "the most humorous entry Award" in the Department of Environmental Protection competition for primary school children. For the full story see the West Australian news "

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Gases Washington : $64 Million Cogeneration project
posted by on Friday, December 22, 2000 - 06:24 AM

gfoat writes "All eight facilities of the Smithsonian Institution in Washington will benefit from a high tech heating and cooling plant powered by gas. The system will provide energy efficient refrigeration and air conditioning for the Smithsonian museums located along the National Mall. The museums include the Castle gallery of art, National museum of African art, the Arts and Industries building, the National Air and Space museum and the Arthur M. Sackler gallery. "

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Gases USA: Pratt & Whitney Win The Market Engineering Award 2000
posted by on Thursday, November 30, 2000 - 05:15 AM

jabela writes "

The Product Differentiation Innovation Award is presented annually to the company that develops a product with innovative capabilities. Recent strategic research at Frost & Sullivan for the North American Gas and Steam Turbine Market recognizes Pratt & Whitney’s successful adaptation of existing technology with this energy-efficient new addition to its industrial gas turbine product family."

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Gases USA: Tinedale Farms converting animal waste to power
posted by on Thursday, November 09, 2000 - 05:06 AM

jabela writes "Wisconsin Electric has reached an agreement with Ag Environmental Solutions, LLC to purchase renewable electricity generated from a manure digester facility located at Tinedale Farms, of Wrightstown, Wis. The facility is already under construction and will be owned and operated by Ag Environmental Solutions, LLC.

The farm has about 1,800 dairy cows. As the waste from the cows decomposes, it releases methane biogas. The manure digester will capture the gas and use it to fuel a small power plant that will produce 750 kilowatts; enough to power about 150 homes. "

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Gases World’s first Combined Heat & Power System installed in Woking, UK.
posted by on Thursday, October 12, 2000 - 07:24 AM

gfoat writes "To look at the Borough council’s buildings, one would think there is nothing out of the ordinary, but at 8.00am on Sunday (1-10-00) a combined Heat and Power Engine (CHP) arrived from Copenhagen. Perhaps the reason for its delivery time is traffic volume, but looking at the huge engine, one could imagine the curiousity, even panic it would arouse in the local populace. Such a system would not look out of place in the realms of Startrek and is the first installation of its kind in the world. In an exclusive interview with Future Energies, Alan Jones MBE outlined the system. "

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