Concord Blue

  • Develops a three-stage Concord Blue Reformer (CBR) process converting waste biomass to syngas with ceramic heat carrier balls; modular units ranging from 50 kW to 5 MW in size
  • Unique syngas production process with ceramic heat carrier balls claims to reduce residual char; further invest...

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