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March 10, 2010

Sundrop Fuels Claims Twice as Much Fuel from Biomass and Sun Catalyix Claims Efficient artificial photosynthesis

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1. Sundrop Fuels, a startup based in Louisville, CO, says it has developed a cleaner and more efficient way to turn biomass into synthetic fuels by harnessing the intense heat of the sun to vaporize wood and crop waste Its process can produce twice the amount of gasoline or diesel per ton of biomass compared to conventional biomass gasification systems, the company claims.



2. With one bottle of drinking water and four hours of sunlight, MIT chemist Dan Nocera claims that he can produce 30 KWh of electricity, which is enough to power an entire household in the developing world.

Sun Catalytix was awarded $4 million in government funding through the new ARPA-E agency



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