October 8, 2012 14:03 by Alice
"HOME GROWN OIL" is an article about "drop-in" replacements for transportation fuels that are made from organic trash or excreted by algae. The article, appearing in the Spring 2012 The Trends Journal issue, features the University of Kentucky's Center for Applied Energy Research's project concerned with the utilization of waste CO2 and heat from a coal-fired power plant to cultivate algae. The algae could then be processed into fuel and other products while lowering CO2 emissions at the plant.
#UKCAER Biofuels & Environmental Catalysis Associate Director Mark Crocker gave a keynote talk entitled "Synergy of LNT and Cu-chabazite SCR Catalysts in Coupled LNT-SCR Systems?" for CLEERS (Cross-Cut Lean Exhaust Emissions Reduction Simulations) lean NOx trap working group (a group of about 50 people from companies and universities in the US and Europe).
September 19, 2012 11:29 by Alice
Biofuels and Environmental Catalysis Associate Director (Mark Crocker, right) received a visit from DOE ARPA-E program director J. Burbaum (left). He toured the labs to learn more about CAER’s biofuels activities.