Green 2011 With Biosphere Technology

Let us start anew in 2011 and begin the shift towards green energy with the revolutionary biosphere technology. The planet has been ailing for centuries because of the pollution man has brought upon her. Mankind’s addiction to efficient energy has made him a slave of brown energy that is slowly dragging the planet to its demise. The said energy that is stained with the blood of the planet has lead to many technological advancements and innovations. And as he made technological progress his appetite for more grew bigger and bigger. And brown energy has been the primary means of quenching this seemingly insatiable hunger. Fortunately, coming along with the New Year is the availability of a new clean invention that can both sate man’s thirst for efficient energy and answer the planet’s woes for cleaner energy.

Biosphere Technology is the materialization of the decades of research and development activities centered at empowering green energy to the point that it can compete head on with conventional forms of energy such as coal and oil. It is also a waste-to-energy process that turns garbage into energy using advanced gasification technologies. It makes use of five distinct stages to subject the trash into conversion. The use of oxygen limiting chambers is the core of the technology’s unparalleled strength. The said limiters hinder the escape of polluting gases into the atmosphere. These gases are the primary culprits behind the green house effect which in turn results to global warming and climate change. Hence, the use of biosphere technology both solves the problems of earth pollution and land pollution. It devours solid wastes and fully eliminates it. It is also able to do so without releasing pollutants into the atmosphere thus effectively preventing future pollution of the air.

Efficiency is the greatest advantage of Biosphere Technology. This efficiency is at par or even better than traditional forms of energy. The oxygen limiters are also the key that make such efficiency possible. Through controlling with exact precision the amount of oxygen introduced to the feedstock, the use of the most efficient temperatures is maintained. The said control also allows the process to reach very intense levels of heat that allows the production of the purest energy particles. The said particles are then gathered into steam of immense heat which is then utilized to power electrical generators.

Biosphere Technology supplies energy while at the same time cleansing our environment of various pollutants. It is our best chance of saving the planet from the impending doom pollutants are bringing upon it. Let us make 2011 the year when the planet goes back to its former green self. It is time to live green. Let us do it for Planet Earth, because caring for the planet is tantamount to taking care of all life on the Biosphere.

Source by D. A. Ocampo

Ethanol From Green Waste – A World First in Renewable Energy Technology by Moratech

This amazing technology produces ethanol from green waste including household grass and leaves, unlike existing technologies which are currently influencing food supplies across the globe by producing ethanol from sugarcane, maize, corn and switch-grass. Calls from the United Nations to ban the production of ethanol from food crops are currently under discussion, which makes this discovery even more significant.

This process extracts ethanol through a fermentation process, and takes less than 24 hours to complete, producing ethanol (95%) and compost. Many different plant species were tested during the experimental phase, and yields of between 40% and 80% for ethanol and between 60% and 70% for compost were recorded. This ground-breaking achievement was developed by Morangaphanda Technologies (Moratech), based in South Africa. The company was founded by Wessel Roux and Daniel Mogano, and is a leading developer of new renewable energy technologies.

Furthermore, feedstock for the process is plentiful and easily accessible! Municipalities are currently investigating ways to divert waste from landfill sites due to capacity problems, and currently have to incur costly tipper fees for waste removal. The significance of this technology is that all the green waste which is currently dumped in abundance at municipal landfill sites, can be utilised and converted into ethanol, ethanol-gel and compost. The average person generates 200 grams of garden refuse each day, so the refuse of a mere 5,000 people amounts to a ton of green waste per day!

The ethanol yield per ton of green waste is 500 litres. Ethanol is widely traded in the world, and is in demand at refineries for blending with fuel (E15 contains 15% ethanol), and other users include the pharmaceutical and food industries. A targeted 8% ethanol blend to petrol by the DME will increase the demand in South Africa. The international market has also increased the targeted blend. Currently the global production is 36 billion litres. This is projected to increase to 210 billion litres by 2030.

The flammable ethanol-gel is a safer substitute for paraffin, and is also coloured to prevent accidental swallowing of the product by children. It provides more cost-effective energy solutions to the underdeveloped portion of the community.

The compost generated from the plant material is free of weeds and is an excellent source of food for plants. Compost is a well traded commodity and various blends of chemicals can be added to produce fertiliser, which can be used by the council and the public. Incentives to separate garden refuse from municipal solid waste (MSW) could be introduced, for example, a free bag of compost for every ton of garden refuse delivered. It can be also be utilised to grow more feedstock, making the entire process completely renewable.

Due to the constant and economical production cost of this process, I predict that it will take the world by storm! Besides the pressure of using food crops to produce ethanol while people are starving, existing technologies also have other negative factors which influence the price. Firstly, they obtain feedstock at a variable cost, and secondly, they have to incur costs for the harvesting and transportation of such feedstock. Major such existing processing plants are found in the United States and Brazil. The only major producer of ethanol in South Africa is Sasol, who produce it from their Fischer-Tropsch process as a by-product, at an estimated 110 million gallons of ethanol per annum. New entrants into the market like Ethanol Africa are finding it difficult to be economically viable at the current maize price. The major sugar producers are planning to build an ethanol plant that will utilise the sugarcane waste. The risk is that if more sugarcane is planted to feed the ethanol production, it may negatively influence the price of sugar which is the primary focus of these producers.

Other current renewable energy projects by Moratech include the CO2 to Methanol project. With the threat of global warming looming over us, we need to use technology to reduce the amount of CO2 in the air. Their technology uses CO2 gas and hydrogen to produce methanol which is used by the chemical industry. The main benefactors of this technology will be coal-fired power stations and large emitters of carbon dioxide. Carbon credits can also be claimed for the reduction of CO2 gas. Future renewable energy projects by Moratech include the Waste-to-Electricity and Heat-to-Electricity projects.

I believe in promoting innovative products and services which provide sustainability and good value for money, and this is definitely one of them. Bravo Moratech!

Source by Tony Grunewald

The Phenom of the Energy Industry That Is Biosphere Technology

The Energy Industry is considered a major necessity on Man’s journey towards progress. Technological advancement is constant in energy technologies. Unfortunately, research and development have been centered on efficiency and a few have bothered to search for developments or innovations on the environmental aspect of energy generation. Energy extraction and combustion have come a long way in terms of efficiency, but have barely improved in terms of greenness. This is because suppliers are typically answering the demand. The market of efficient energy is colossal while that of clean energy is very mediocre. This is due to the fact that efficiency is considered by majority as the most important quality of energy. Finally there is now a way to answer both consumers’ demand for efficiency and the planet’s need for green energy. The ultimate solution is here and it is called Biosphere Technology.

Biosphere Technology is a green energy process that utilizes advance gasification techniques. It is clean and supports sustainability while at the same time having a level of efficiency comparable with that of conventional technologies such as fossil fuels. It is with the use of sophisticated gas limiters that both greenness and efficiency is achieved. The limiters permit full control over the amount of oxygen that is able to react with the feedstock. This allows the temperature to be manipulated with precision so that the feedstock is always burnt at the most optimal intensity of heat. The same limiters also prevent gaseous by products from escaping into the atmosphere thus effectively preventing air pollution.

Biosphere Technology not only makes greenness and efficiency meet; it also disposes of waste in order to generate energy. It can be said therefore that this revolutionary solution generates electricity cleanly and efficiently at the cost of solid wastes. Solid waste is something everyone wants gone so its elimination can even be regarded as a bonus.

Source by D. A. Ocampo

Green Energy Technology

As far as the world going green, it might not ever quite be a global event. However, there are many that are standing behind the premise that there are alternative solutions to the same end that do not damage the planet in the process. With this in mind, there are some recent technologies that are being perfected to help provide energy, power, transportation and more without hurting the ozone.

There is quite a lot happening in the world of solar power these days. Many people are now able to install these panels around their homes and make their energy bills all but disappear. In the same sense, this renewable energy is able to be used as effectively as other energy solutions without the damaging effects from massive power plants.

This personal use of solar energy is not the only use it has seen, as many major corporations are also standing behind this technology of converting sunlight to usable power. Even the innovators at IBM are attempting to make a renewable power source relative to your own movement based on the same technology used to convert the UV rays to energy.

Windmills are also a great example of renewable energy and technology that is fueling the future of the green movement. Even using these sources of energy at the top of street lights has been able to save cities hundreds to thousands of dollars per year on energy. More and more cities are trying to think of new ways that they can use solar and wind power to reduce outgoing costs and bills for the city and do more good in the community with the saved money.

Of course this is causing a raucous across the country as well for those in favor of coal and these traditional forms of energy supply. Once a homeowner has paid for the equipment to use something like a windmill or a series of solar panels to power their home, they do not have to continue paying for it in most places. So then this becomes free energy to use.

Green energy technology has really taken a hold of the automotive industry as well. While the currently very popular Chevy Volt and the Nissan Leaf are two popular electric cars that are much better for the environment than solely gas powered vehicles. This has sparked numerous other car makers to join these ranks and create new electric models of their own, including Ford who is slated to release 5 electric models this year alone.

All in all, green energy technology is just getting started. More and more minds are joining the leagues of those looking out for the environment while not asking people to compromise what they need to do it. With this in mind, you can expect even more impressive innovations in the next few years.

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Source by Robert W Atnip

What Does WP Mean in Solar Panel Technology Or Ratings on a Solar Panel?

If you’re upgrading or thinking of upgrading to a solar powered energy system for your home then you’re probably seen the designation “WP” on certain components. This marking usually has a number next to it and a rating for the system. This has caused many people some confusion as they aren’t sure what exactly WP means.

WP means “Watts Peak” and is the rating given for the total wattage output when the system is operating under perfect conditions. Your system won’t always operate at this level of performance as there are too many environmental variables to take into consideration. However once in a while you’ll have that perfect day where everything will be calm, quiet, and sunny which will result in your system producing this amount of power.

Now don’t get excited and start slamming panels with high WP ratings all over your roof. There are other parts of your system involved with converting this energy and if their WP rating isn’t as high as the panels then the panels can overload them. Let’s say that you have 5 panels that have a rating of 50 WP each. This is a total of 250 watts under perfect conditions.

Now say your converter box only has a rating of 200 WP. When your panels work at full capacity they will be producing 50 watts over what the converter can handle and will overload it. This can result in all sorts of nasty things happening and the last thing you want or need is an electrical fire. In order to prevent this event and keep your home from going up in smoke you need to do some math and some smart buying.

When you buy your solar panels make sure you write down their WP rating and then multiply that by the number of panels you buy. Then when you go to buy the other electrical support equipment for the system make sure their WP rating is slightly higher than the total figure you have for your panels. This will make sure that the other components in the system won’t be overloaded and will also have some breathing room to work with.

You want to leave this breathing room for your components due to the fact that as electrical systems get older they can’t handle as high of a load as when they were new. While not essential this step can help you get a few more years out of your components before having to replace them. Even solar panels and their related components have a life span and when they reach this lifespan they will need to be replaced.

Fortunately if the panels and the related equipment are made properly you won’t have to worry about this for a decade or so. If the panels are made really well you may not even have to worry about this problem at all as the system might outlast you.

So when you see the WP marking on your solar power system equipment remember that that’s the peak wattage that can be generated under perfect conditions. Also remember that when buying your equipment that the support components should have a higher WP rating than all of your panels combined. Failure to do so will result in overloads with your system as well as other hazardous side effects.

Source by Ben E. Ford

The Potential Application of HHO Technology Into Diesel Generators

It’s no secret that HHO or what is commonly known as Brown’s Gas has been used in combustible diesel and petrol engines in vehicle’s such as cars, MPVs, trucks, trailers, crane and excavators. But many are not aware of the potential use of HHO in diesel generators. From the definition of Diesel Generators in Wikipedia, “A diesel generator is the combination of a diesel engine with an electrical generator (often called an alternator) to generate electrical energy. Diesel generating sets are used in places without connection to the power grid or as emergency power-supply if the grid fails. Small portable diesel generators range from about 1kVA to 10kVA may be used as power supplies on construction sites, or as auxiliary power for vehicles such as mobile homes.”


But we are currently talking about larger diesel generators 100 KVA and above which are normally used to power buildings, such as rest stop areas beside highway roads, telecommunication towers, cement lifting cranes at construction sites, etc. Most of these types of Diesel Generators operate daily between 12 hours to 24 hours, which the users themselves spend thousands to tens of thousands of dollars per month to maintain their operations that rely on electricity off grid.


Let’s look into the current issue of these particular Diesel Generators. It may have been a time during the cheap oil era; people would not be bothered with the high use of diesel fuel in Diesel Generators to generate Electricity for the use at their premises. During the mid 2008, the oil peaked more than USD 100 per barrel causing a ruckus in businesses that rely on diesel fuel for their diesel generators. That it would have caused an increase in operational cost which will deeply affect the profits for the companies that rely on electricity generatored by Diesel Generators.


Many may not be aware of this, due to the prolonged use of the engines in the Diesel Generators be it two months or more, the Engines, just like any other internal combustion engines would accumulate carbon deposits and would cause incomplete fuel combustion. Therefore, there is no doubt that the Diesel Generators are using much more fuel than they need to generate electricity. The wastage is estimated to be at least 20 percent, which in the long run, is a large sum of money; could be up to thousands of dollars a month. Like any departments of a company, efficiency of operations would save time and money for any businessmen. This proves to be true even for the efficiency of a diesel generator as well. It is no doubt as mentioned by many, the primary goal of any business owner is to survive the current economic downturn is to develop a leaner, more cost effective and more efficient operations.


There are opinions that automotive and fuel technology has been deliberately held back and people have been kept in the dark about amazing inventions and discoveries. They blame it on Big Oil Companies. In my opinion, HHO or Browns Gas is one such “fuel technology” but I beg to differ that this technology is being held back but was less researched due to skepticism by a large number of people. “Experts” would theorize and build hydrogen generators like the commonly known “Electrolyzers” and make excessive claims of 50% to 70% even double the mileage of a car. While other “Experts” would theorize and disprove HHO or Brown’s Gas technology, commenting such technology as scams. They are the extremes of both; however there are several others like us would apply this technology to find out the truth.


In this article, I will not further elaborate about HHO or Brown’s Gas and would assume the reader to have basic knowledge about this technology before reading this. From personal experiences of installing Hydrogen Generators or commonly known as “Electrolyzers” into Diesel Generators 100 KVA and above, we ourselves were surprised of the results of the fuel saved in those Diesel Generators. The results of course vary, for the Diesel Generators, but what have caught our attention was the least savings for the Diesel Generators was 30%.

Here are the other feedbacks from the owners of the Diesel Generators themselves during the trial run

1) Engine Runs Smoother

2) Less Hazardous Carbon Emissions

3) The Gradual Increase of Fuel Saved (as the Internal Engines get cleaner from complete combustion)


This has solved the main issues of Incomplete Combustion of Fuel for all Diesel Generators. From complete fuel combustion, there were are significant carbon deposits residing in the engines, allowing better efficient engine performance for the Diesel Generators.


The Hydrogen Generators or “Electrolyzers”, through electrolytic process, hydrogen and oxygen (known as Brown’s Gas) are separated from distilled or reverse osmosis water and supplied to the intake manifold of the Diesel Generator via vacuum generated by the Engine. The HHO or Brown’s Gas is then combined with the Diesel Fuel and dramatically improves the combustion. About 45% of Diesel normally burns during combustion. With HHO that jumps to 90%.

The HHO within the Diesel Engine

1) Intake (Air & hydrogen Enter Cylinder)

2) Compression (Mix Heats Up)

3) Piston Compresses Air with HHO

4) Ignition (Fuel Added, Combustion)

5) Faster Burn, Quicker Release: More Power

6) Exhaust (Gasses Expelled)

7) Less Emissions Cleaner Exhaust Gas (Less Carbon Deposits)


The installation process is much simpler than it is in Diesel Cars. In fact it takes only an hour while the Diesel Generator is running.

1) Identify the Battery (12volt/24volt). This is to identify the type of Hydrogen Generator needed to operate. For Example, once we have identified that a Diesel Generator runs on a 24 volt starter battery. We will select the Hydrogen Generator that operates at 24 volts.

2) Identify the location of air vacuum (intake manifold). A hole is made by drilling and elbow tubing is fixed and glued for tubing insertion

3) A location is identified to place the Hydrogen Generator

4) The Wiring harness which includes fuse, relay, relay socket and wires provided is used to install the Hydrogen Generator

5) The Electricity source will be taken from the alternator via wiring setup (Positive wire from the Hydrogen Generator)

6) The Earth source will be taken from any part of the body engine of the Diesel Generator (Negative wire from the Hydrogen)

7) Distilled or Reverse Osmosis Water and Catalyst are filled into the Hydrogen Generator

8) The electric current flowing within the Hydrogen Generator is adjusted to 12 amps with an estimation of 3 liters of Gas per Hour.


It is better not to take our word for it or listen to any “experts” who theorize and disprove claims. We recommend it is better for the reader themselves to try and get involved in this HHO Technology especially in the applications of Diesel Generators. As we have discovered that Diesel Generators are one of the most suitable in the applications of HHO because of its consistency of engine operations in comparison with vehicles which depend heavily on road conditions and user driving habits. It has been known that, users living off grid electricity rely heavily on Diesel to generate electricity for 12 hours or more. There are proposals of solar energy and wind turbines to be combined use with diesel generators to further reduce the cost of operations. However, it is the high cost of pre investment that leaves the user in doubt of its a few years period of Return on Investment. HHO or Brown’s Gas is the cheaper alternative to allow the users to save a large portion of their money in a month or two period of Return on Investment (ROI). The manufacturing and deploying Hydrogen Generators in much more cost effective than manufacturing and deploying solar panels and wind turbines.

Source by Melvin Lee