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Biochar & Aviation Fuel #biochar #biooil #hydogenproduction #syngas


Don Coyne <don@...>
 

HI All,

This may have been discussed before but an interesting article on Carbon Negative Aviation Fuel. "The biooil and syngas are then combined with green hydrogen (produced by using renewable energy to split water molecules into hydrogen and oxygen) to create biomethanol, which is then synthesised into aviation fuel.” The pyrolysis technology mentioned in the article talks about a discovery of making biochar without the tars. Does anyone know if this is special technology or just old technology trying to sound as though it's new? 

https://www.rechargenews.com/transition/climate-impact-boost-for-stiesdals-carbon-negative-aviation-fuel/2-1-769061?fbclid=IwAR1TI-8VRihvbNBe80wQY-ei514DYaqOlsTnC5J6bfkITyCZjL1chbqfYEA

Chars,

Don