SearchSkip to Search Results
A Techno-Economic Assessment of Sustainable Large Scale Hydrogen Production from Renewable and Non-Renewable SourcesDownload
In recent times, the imperative to mitigate greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions that emanate from a multitude of sectors in the global energy economy has achieved unprecedented and widespread consensus. Depending on the energy resource and method used to produce hydrogen, it offers a compelling...
Utilization of raw ligno-cellulosic biomass for energy use is limited because of its low heating value and low yield per unit area of biomass. Pellets are densified and compressed form of biomass which has less moisture and higher energy density compared to raw biomass. Pellets are typically...
Traditional furnaces and gas-based tank water heaters are pervasive in residential buildings in cold climate regions such as in Alberta, Canada, despite the availability of alternative heating systems with higher efficiencies, lower noise production, reduced pollution emission, and which occupy...
Greenhouse gas (GHG) emission is one of the important environmental issues that world is facing today. Biomass usage, specifically capturing energy from biomass that would otherwise decay, is one the of many options available to mitigate the impact of the buildup of GHG emissions from fossil...
Techno-economic Assessment of Utilization of Food Processing Waste for Production of Energy and ChemicalsDownload
Alberta’s food processing industry is the second largest food waste producer after the household sector. Most of the waste currently produced by the food processing industry is landfilled. Decomposing landfill waste emits greenhouse gases (GHG), which contribute to global warming. We estimated...