- W2 Energy Reports on Plant Installation Progress
February 26 2014
- W2 Energy Reports on 2013 and Looks Forward to 2014
January 14 2014
- Fully Reporting Status on the Horizon for W2 Energy
November 15 2013
- Expansion and New Contracts Hold the Future for W2 Energy
September 20 2013
W2 Energy: Solutions That Fit
Syngas Production: The NT Plasmatron converts any hydrocarbon feedstock into syngas, which is a combination of hydrogen (H2) and Carbon Monoxide (CO). Viable feedstocks include municipal solid waste (MSW), coal, natural gas, tires, sewage, animal waste and agricultural waste.
Electricity Production: The SteamRay high-efficiency rotary engine converts either steam or syngas into electricity. The WaterHelix converts river or offshore water flows into hydraulic pressure.
The W2 Small Energy Generating System
Liquid Fuel Production: The MultiFuel Gas-to-Liquid Reactor converts syngas into either Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel (ULSD) or an approximate 40/35/25 blend of ULSD, gasoline, and JP8 jet fuel. The W2 Butanol Reactor (WBR) converts syngas into an approximate 60/30/10 blend of butanol, acetone and ethanol. Butanol can be used as a gasoline substitute. Acetone and ethanol are commercial products with substantial worldwide demand.
Waste Remediation: W2 Energy technology eliminates the need for landfills and offers the opportunity to convert existing landfills into electricity, liquid fuel, plus sale-able and recoverable industrial byproducts such as landfill ash and powder sulfur.
Carbon Gas and Pollution Sequestration: The SunFilter Algae Reactor sequesters carbon dioxide and other pollution gases and grows algae which feed on those gases and particulates. In situations where the algae feed on pure carbon dioxide (CO2), such as the carbon dioxide produced by the MultiFuel Reactor, the algae can be used to produce biodiesel, syngas, and human and animal food supplements. When feedstock gas has other components such as sulfur oxides, resulting algae can create biodiesel and syngas and renewable source of energy.