Funding Win for Syngas

Congratulations to Syngas who have just won a $300,000 R&D grant for field trials of their ‘biomass to liquid fuel’ project.

This is one of the submissions I worked on with the Syngas team (see my post for 7 Aug 2010).

Biomass is organic material from plants which use sunlight to grow. It is a store of energy which can be converted into heat, electricity and transportation fuels.

Syngas will use waste biomass (organic material left over after harvest) and convert it to synthetic gas which, after a cleaning process, can be used to fuel engines or gas turbines or as a feedstock for liquid fuel production such as low-sulphur diesel.

It is great to be able to contribute to a project with potential for economic and environmental benefits.

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