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Re: Tonight (in USA) Webinar on RoCC kiln production of biochar

Deborah Cook
 

Will it be recorded and shown later?

On Tue, Jun 8, 2021 at 8:42 AM Paul S Anderson <psanders@...> wrote:

Because of time zones, a webinar at 11 AM in India on Wednesday starts tonight 8 June in USA at 10:30 PM Pacific Time (Tuesday) and 12:30 AM (Wednesday)in Central Time / 1:30 AM Eastern time.

 

In Europe and Africa it is probably 6:30 or 7:30 AM depending on your time zone.

 

Webinar on Producing Biochar at Farms, using agri-waste, with focus on the RoCC kilns of Paul Anderson.   One sample slide is inserted below.

 

The Zoom webinar is on 9th June, 2021 at 11 AM India Time with duration of 90 minutes

 

Join via Zoom

https://zoom.us/j/93180487895?pwd=dmJjZG1ycGxqdEptQXVQVWpVb3Bodz09

 

Meeting ID: 931 8048 7895

Passcode: 038134

 

 

 

 

 

Doc / Dr TLUD / Paul S. Anderson, PhD --- Website:   www.drtlud.com

         Email:  psanders@...       Skype:   paultlud

         Phone:  Office: 309-452-7072    Mobile & WhatsApp: 309-531-4434

Exec. Dir. of Juntos Energy Solutions NFP    Go to: www.JuntosNFP.org 

Inventor of RoCC kilns and author of Biochar white paper :  See  www.woodgas.energy/resources  

Author of “A Capitalist Carol” (free digital copies at www.capitalism21.org)

         with pages 88 – 94 about solving the world crisis for clean cookstoves.

 

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Tonight (in USA) Webinar on RoCC kiln production of biochar

Paul S Anderson
 

Because of time zones, a webinar at 11 AM in India on Wednesday starts tonight 8 June in USA at 10:30 PM Pacific Time (Tuesday) and 12:30 AM (Wednesday)in Central Time / 1:30 AM Eastern time.

 

In Europe and Africa it is probably 6:30 or 7:30 AM depending on your time zone.

 

Webinar on Producing Biochar at Farms, using agri-waste, with focus on the RoCC kilns of Paul Anderson.   One sample slide is inserted below.

 

The Zoom webinar is on 9th June, 2021 at 11 AM India Time with duration of 90 minutes

 

Join via Zoom

https://zoom.us/j/93180487895?pwd=dmJjZG1ycGxqdEptQXVQVWpVb3Bodz09

 

Meeting ID: 931 8048 7895

Passcode: 038134

 

 

 

 

 

Doc / Dr TLUD / Paul S. Anderson, PhD --- Website:   www.drtlud.com

         Email:  psanders@...       Skype:   paultlud

         Phone:  Office: 309-452-7072    Mobile & WhatsApp: 309-531-4434

Exec. Dir. of Juntos Energy Solutions NFP    Go to: www.JuntosNFP.org 

Inventor of RoCC kilns and author of Biochar white paper :  See  www.woodgas.energy/resources  

Author of “A Capitalist Carol” (free digital copies at www.capitalism21.org)

         with pages 88 – 94 about solving the world crisis for clean cookstoves.

 


the 500-800 gasifier

Ron Larson
 

Lists;

  Paul has said it would be OK to pass this on.    The largest TLUD of which I am aware.  This. is a good example of progress in the field.

Other comments:

char yield in the 25-30% range depending on input material
too large for restaurants. (but Paul has numerous designs)
pot sizes of 600-900 mm
always using a fan
making his own tungsten disks

Ron


Begin forwarded message:

From: Paul Olivier <paul.olivier@...>
Subject: the 500-800 gasifier
Date: June 6, 2021 at 6:35:09 PM MDT
To: Paul Olivier <paul.olivier@...>

This 500-800 gasifier can be fabricated for less than $750 US.
500 is reactor diameter, and 800 is reactor height.
The heat output is over 80 kW.
The run time with pellets is about 5 hours.
The lid of this gasifier is equipped with five 150-500 gasifier burners.
These burners are equipped with tungsten disks.

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Louisiana telephone: 1-337-447-4124 (rings Vietnam)
Mobile: 090-694-1573 (in Vietnam)
Skype address: Xpolivier
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8 of 24 Projects Selected by UK's 100 Million CDR Fund Involve Biochar--Biomass Magazine

Kim Chaffee
 

All,

Two more involve biomass gasification, which may produce biochar.  Biochar appears to be gaining acceptance in the eyes of the folks to control the funding.  

Kim  



UK BEIS selects biomass projects for carbon capture competition

By Erin Voegele | May 26, 2021

The U.K. Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy on May 24 announced 24 project have been selected for phase one of its direct air capture and greenhouse gas (GHG) removal technologies competition. Nearly half of those projects involve biomass.

The competition launched in June 2020, offering up to £100 million of new research and development funding to help develop direct air capture technologies in the U.K. As part of that effort, the competition aims to support the development of greenhouse gas removals (GGR) technologies to help them achieve commercialization. Phase two of the competition will support further development of the most promising phase one technologies.

Biomass-related projects selected under phase one include:

Biohydrogen GHG removal demonstration—Led by Advanced Biofuels Solutions Ltd., along with Progressive Energy Ltd. and University College London, the project aims to optimize the production of biobased hydrogen with CCS. Project partners will develop a design and project delivery plan for a demonstration plant that will capture 1,800 metric tons of CO2 annually.

Bio-waste to biochar via hydrothermal carbonization and post-carbonization—The project, led by the University of Nottingham with partners CPL Industries and Trent Green Power, aims to establish the feasibility and optimize the process of producing biochar from biowaste. Digestate residue will be treated by hydrothermal carbonization (HTC) at a pilot plant. The resulting biocoal will be treated in a pilot plant to establish the quality of the biochar for sequestration that can be obtained by post-carbonization.

Mersey Biochar: Carbon negative community energy—Led by Severn Wye Energy Agency with Pure Leapfrog and PyroCore, the project will develop pyrolysis technology to incorporate enhanced carbon capture capacity, and to produce a range of marketable outputs, including biochar, carbon products for construction and heat for a local district heating network.

CCH2: Carbon capture and hydrogen production from biomass—KEW Technology has a gasification technology that converts biomass into hydrogen-rich gas. The project will develop designs for additional modules that will upgrade the gas to produce high-purity hydrogen and CO2 streams.

Negative emissions gasification—Led by Drax Corp., the project will further develop gasification as a future carbon negative technology.

The Biochar Network: A road to demonstration and beyond—Sofies U.K. will work with several industry and research partners to create an integrated biochar network consisting of one of the largest forestry and sawmilling businesses in the U.K. and a cooperative of more than 2,000 dairy farms.

Integration of biochar and enhanced mineral weathering carbon capture technologies into linear infrastructure projects—Arup, in conjunction with Costain and the Universities of Edinburgh and Newcastle, will explore the feasibility of using biochar and enhanced rock weathering for application on a large-scale infrastructure project.

BIOCCUS—Led by Ricardo U.K. Ltd., the project involves the design of carbon capture technology that includes biochar production, combined-heat-and-power (CHP) generation, and carbon dioxide capture, utilization and storage, using undried waste wood from sustainably sourced domestic timber.

REVERSE COAL: Development of a long-term solution to store and abate carbon whist generating food—Lapwing Energy Ltd., with assistance from University of Lincoln and the U.K. Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, will use short willow coppice on rewet degraded peat soils to produce biochar via pyrolysis.

Circular greenhouse gas removal (GGR) solution utilizing biochar produced from low-grade biomass—Led by Capchar Ltd. with partners Biochar Project Services Ltd. and U.K. Hardwoods Ltd., the project aims to demonstrate that low-grade biomass can be converted into biochar and sequestered in U.K. soils.

InBECCS—Peel NRE and Bioenergy Infrastructure Group will develop and design a 20-tons-per-day CO2 capture demonstration plant that is underpinned by C-Capture technology and a 28.5 MW biomass gasification unit.

Additional information, including a full list of phase one project, is available on the U.K. BEIS website



Lignin leads the way – World’s first lignin bio-asphalt road, lignin’s array of applications and more : Biofuels Digest

Kim Chaffee
 


Re: Natural climate solutions for Canada - Science Advances paper

Harald Bier
 

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Re: Biochar Pyrolysis to Electricity Conversion

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Re: Heating water with a TLUD #water #tlud

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Re: Eligibility of biochar for 45Q tax credits. FW: [CDR] Scaling Up Climate Ambition: Carbon Capture, Removal, and Storage Priorities in the 117th Congress

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Re: What does net-zero emissions by 2050 mean for bioenergy and land use? - Analysis - IEA

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Re: NRCS Conservation Practice 808 for Soil Health

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Re: Biochar Pyrolysis to Electricity Conversion

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Re: Biochar in Agriculture Workshop - Hervey Bay,Qld - July 17 and 18

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Re: Biochar Pyrolysis to Electricity Conversion

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Re: What does net-zero emissions by 2050 mean for bioenergy and land use? - Analysis - IEA

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Re: Hydrochar, digestate, and process water impacts on a soil's microbial community, processes, and metal bioavailability

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Re: Global Landscape Forum - GIZ: Biochar and its practical application to restore degraded lands

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