SUMMARY OF THE PROCESS

Burning ECOLENETM adds NO new sources of carbon to the atmosphere

and does NOT amplify the effects of global warming.  

ECOLENETM is 100% carbon neutral - an ideal green energy fuel. 

1.    Anaerobic Digestion

Biomass commonly and sustainably sourced from manures, compostable garbage, and municipal raw sewage is digested in the absence of oxygen in an anaerobic digester.  This process partially converts the biomass to biogas consisting primarily of bio-methane and bio-carbon dioxide.  The bio-methane and bio-carbon dioxide are compressed and stored as a feedstock to generate ECOLENETM.

With further processing, the by-products of the anaerobic digester process include a low-pathogen fertilizer suitable for land-application, plus sulphur compounds.

 

2.    Electrolysis

Using ONLY off-peak surplus electricity generated from wind, solar, hydro and other renewable energy sources, water is electrolyzed to its hydrogen and oxygen constituents, which are compressed and stored for further processing.

 

3.    Synthesis

Bio-methane, bio-carbon dioxide, and a portion of the oxygen generated from the electrolysis stage, are fed into a partial oxidation reactor and reformatted to create a synthetic gas (syngas) of hydrogen and carbon monoxide.  This syngas is then fed into a synthesis reactor and combined with a portion of electrolyte hydrogen to produce ECOLENETM and other valuable energy sources.

 

BENEFITS OF ECOLENETM

 

To summarize the many advantages ECOLENETM offers, refer to Benefits of the Technology.

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