New article by Erin Voegele:
U.K.-based Aquafuel Research Ltd. has developed a technology that allows crude glycerin to be burned in standard diesel generators used in combined-heat-and-power applications. In December, the company made the technology commercially available.
Aquafuel CEO Paul Day said the technology can give biodiesel producers the opportunity to supply all their own electrical needs, as well as sell electricity back to the grid. “Overall, the technology offers producers a chance to unlock revenues from glycerin streams, and at the same time improve their environmental performance,” he said. “That is a rare and very welcome combination.”
Read the full article [here] and the original press release below.