Posts Tagged ‘syngas’

Energy from Municipal Waste Project Update

Posted in Energy on Thursday, December 12th, 2013. No comments yet
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In an earlier post, Plasma Gasification-Municipal Waste as a Power Source, we highlighted this process as an effective way to create energy from waste. I received news from Emerson’s Barbara Hamilton that the Industrial Energy consulting and global project services teams have been working on a project expected to come on line in 2014. The […]

Plasma Gasification-Municipal Waste as a Power Source

Posted in Energy, Power on Friday, May 17th, 2013. One comment so far
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Emerson’s Alan Novak, leader of the alternative energy and power industry team describes the plasma gasification technology in waste to energy conversion. A recent Waste to Energy Industry article, Control System for Troubled 12 MW Plasma Gasification Plant in France, highlighted the fact that a municipal waste fed plasma gasification power plant had recently upgraded […]

Small-Scale Power Plants–But Where?

Posted in Energy, Power on Friday, April 5th, 2013. No comments yet
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The need for energy prompts constant innovation. Emerson’s Douglas Morris, on the alternative energy and metals & mining industry teams, analyzes the role of small-scale power plants. There was an interesting announcement this week by Synthesis Energy Systems (SES) and GE Packaged Power. These companies are working together to market an unique plant idea, that […]

Waste as an Alternative Energy

Posted in Energy on Friday, July 6th, 2012. One comment so far
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As the technologies such as gasification improve to derive energy from waste, more waste-to-energy plants are emerging. Emerson’s Douglas Morris, a member of the alternative energy industry team, explores this trend in today’s guest post. The old reality was that the alternative to burying municipal solid waste (MSW) in a landfill was to process it […]