Green Progress
 

Alternative Energy


Green Energy Corp. to Present at the International Bioenergy Days Conference in Sweden


Green Energy Corp. announced that it has been invited to present a patented waste-to-energy technology at the International Bioenergy Days Conference to be held in Sweden in August of this year. GEYC holds a license to the gasification and ethanol conversion technologies developed by BioConversion Technology (BCT) of Denver, Colorado.

Earlier this year, a Swedish Trade Mission visited the United States to explore and promote reciprocal trade opportunities between the two countries. At the invitation of Green Energy Corp. and the Honorable Don Peterson, Consul for Sweden in Colorado, a technical committee of the Swedish Trade Mission inspected BCT's testing facility and pilot plant in Denver. R.A. (Dutch) Hildebrand, chief engineer of GEYC, guided their tour and explained the patented gasification and gas-to-liquid fuel technology to which Green holds a license.

Subsequently, Green Energy was invited to present these technologies at the Bioenergy Days Conference to be held in Lidkoping, Sweden, during the week of August 21. This conference will be attended by entrepreneurs interested in commercial applications of alternative fuel technologies.

"We think it is significant that engineers from the continent, where the theories of gas-to-liquid technologies originated, are interested in the commercial applications of these theories that we have developed," said R.A. Hildebrand of Green Energy Corp.





More Alternative Energy Articles


Department of Energy to Train 75,000 Solar Workers


First Hybrid-Flywheel Energy Storage Plant in Europe announced in Midlands


World's Largest Solar Thermal Power Project at Ivanpah Achieves Commercial Operation


NTU Scientists Make Breakthrough Solar Technology


Wireless Devices Go Battery-Free Using "Ambient Backscatter" from TV and Cellular Transmissions


Harvesting Electricity from the Greenhouse Gas Carbon Dioxide


Maine Project Launches First Grid-Connected Offshore Wind Turbine in the U.S.


University Researcher Making Rechargeable Batteries with Layered Nanomaterials


Vestas 8 MW Offshore Wind Turbine Could Power Up To 3200 Homes


Urban Green Energy and GE Unveil the Sanya Skypump, an Electric-Vehicle Charging Station Equipped with Wind and Solar Power

even more articles...

Suggest an Article for Green Progress









Green Progress :: Green Technology and Environmental Science News
Green Progress is an EcoMethods™ sustainability project. Copyright © 2005 - 2018 Green Progress. All rights reserved.