New Ways of Obtaining Energy
Forgive us if we blow our trumpet!
MPCEE’s recent announcement about the production of ethanol and its conversion to hydrogen gas using different feedstocks has now been surpassed with even greater news for a sustainable environment with renewable or alternative carbon free energy. MPCEE’s technical partners have now confirmed that, with our new technology, we can offer a variety of different options to give you both liquefied and gaseous energy, whichever best fulfils the needs of an economy at either local or national level.
We can offer:
It is necessary to emphasise that all these possibilities open up employment and local economy opportunities. The major problems of solid and organic waste can be drastically reduced. The ability to use any plant life in this process offers absolute flexibility in a worldwide context. While many examples can be given, here is just one: the exceedingly invasive and problematic water hyacinth can be eradicated or cultivated to produce ethanol and/or direct energy. It is not only possible to control this troublesome weed in the world’s rivers and lakes, but our team has the ability to create a major industry in its harvesting and conversion to either ethanol or direct energy for use with our fuel cells.
From wood chippings (sawdust) to solid waste, from any form
of plant life to organic matter, we can now offer you the flexibility to
produce the energy for your everyday needs, whether it is for the individual, a
community, a town or a national grid. From Africa to Asia, to South America, to
Europe, to Oceania, to
technology is now available and will be incorporated, as a solution, into pilot schemes as
a package. The package itself will depend on the specific needs and overall
objectives coming from both the public and private sectors. We have already
received some very interesting requests; from supplementing a country’s
energy requirement, to entrepreneurs, to opening up desert and
remote communities, to tackling poverty in
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