Renewable Energy and Waste Management Solutions
Waste-to-Energy Systems using Plasma Gasification
Plasma gasification is a process which converts organic matter into synthetic gas, electricity and slag using plasma. Plasma gasification is not combustion but a molecular dissociation process. We can engineer systems that eliminate the waste in a responsible manner while generating energy without spread pollution. The design under research would capitalize on the existing problem of waste disposal and clean energy generation by turning the waste into a commodity while converting the waste streams into a clean renewable energy: electricity, hydrogen, steam and synthetic natural gas.
Thermo-catalytic plasma converter technology is an essential technology for accelerating and directing chemical transformation. In particular, waste-to-energy systems based on plasma gasification is a key approach for converting alternative feedstocks, such as biomass, natural gas, carbon dioxide, and water to commodity fuels, electricity and chemical products, enabling resource-efficient access to chemical products by requiring less energy and materials to achieve a desired chemical reaction while minimizing or solving issues associated to environmental contamination and by solving the problem of waste disposal.
Energy, fuel and material production while providing waste management solutions.
Hazardous waste management and energy and fuel production systems