Malaysia's palm biomass converted to fuel with Envergent's RTP technology

In Malaysia, Premium Renewable Energy announced last week that it will use Envergent Technologies' Rapid Thermal Processing technology (RTP) to convert palm biomass to renewable heat and electricity. The rapid thermal process heats the biomass in a vessel to 500 °C with a "tornado" of hot sand and t...

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