Wednesday, March 02, 2011

Water and Algae into Diesel Conquered

You all remember the fantasy of turning water into gasoline, don't you ?

That dream tops the still hard sell ghosts of energy freedom like windmills and solar panels, neither of which provide commercially efficient conversion yet.

But a company named Joule Unlimited now has perfected a method of converting algae-laden water into biodiesel fuel.

Joule has just been granted a patent on the method.

We found the details on a World Net Daily report on its BioFuel site.

Here is the rundown:

"Joule was formed not to improve upon existing biofuel processes, but to create a new and transformational process altogether," said Bill Sims, President and CEO of Joule.

"We have channeled photosynthesis, the most productive energy-capture process on earth, at efficiencies previously thought unattainable. At the same time we've eliminated dependence on biomass, the Achilles heel of biofuel production, and the prohibitive costs, processing and logistics it entails. The result is a new paradigm for renewable fuel production with unrivalled productivity targets that are fully supported by actual, measurable gains we've achieved at every layer - from photon capture through product synthesis, secretion, separation and collection."

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One thing interesting and new is that the Joule method of transforming algaic biomass into biodiesel is 500 % more commercially efficient than any tests or methods tried so far, according to the patent information.

We offer this to brighten your view into a future when OPEC and rioting Arabs will not have a stranglehold on your future and that of your descendants.

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