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Biomass to provide 30% energy needs

Daniel Amlalo, Executive Director of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), has stated that waste- organic and biomass- generated by industries and humans could provide 30 percent of the nation’s energy if harnessed effectively.

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Gov't promotes biogas in second cycle schools

Some second cycle schools in the Greater Accra Region have begun constructing or strengthening their septic tanks to provide biogas as an alternative to hydroelectric power.

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JATROPHA; THE FUTURE OF BIO DIESEL

The worldwide effort to find a sustainable and environmentally friendly alternative to today’s fossil fuel dominated energy supply, has already resulted in a substantial and rapidly growing demand for biofuels especially he Jatropha plant.

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Vice Presidents commissions biofil toilet systems

The Vice President, Paa Kwesi Amissah-Arthur, at the weekend commis­sioned a pilot public place of convenience referred to as 'Biofil Toilet Systems' at La, Accra.

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Vice Presidents commissions biofil toilet systems

 

The Vice President, Paa Kwesi Amissah-Arthur, at the weekend commis­sioned a pilot public place of convenience referred to as 'Biofil Toilet Systems' at La, Accra.

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TOR: 28 months of doing nothing

 

The Tema Oil Refinery (TOR), Ghana’s only 45,000 barrels of oil per day (bopd) capacity refinery, has appallingly not refined a barrel of oil since July 2012. This is more inexcusably so, viewed against the backdrop that the country now produces an average of more than 100,000bopd of crude oil from its Jubilee field, which pumped out first commercial oil in December 2010.

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34m litres of diesel woefully inadequate – OMCs

 

The Oil Marketing Companies (OMCs) says the 34 million litres of diesel released by the government is woefully inadequate because they are not getting the required amount for onward distribution to fuel stations across the country.

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The solar panels of the future could be grown from bacteria

 

One day we could have conductive materials that grow, evolve, and self-repair. Researchers at MIT have taken the first steps to creating them. A new study (paywall) describes “living materials” that combine bacterial cells with nonliving materials that can conduct electricity and emit different colors of light.

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Biotechnology seen as new frontier in oil and gas industry

 

Advances in hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling technology, among other advancements, are given credit for reviving domestic oil and gas production. But there is another technology that could impact the industry as well.

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Maersk Oil taps into biotechnology for increased oil recovery

 

Maersk Oil has entered a collaborative 4-year research project that aims to increase oil recovery and prolong operations in the Danish North Sea by using biotechnology to create efficient, viable and environmentally safe solutions to the challenges of maturing oil and gas fields.

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100 GW Of US Geothermal Power Will Push US Past Gas

 

Natural gas has been having a field day in the US energy profile for the past dozen years or so, but it looks like the sleeping giant of US geothermal power is being nudged out of its stupor.

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