Woodland Biofuels

  • Gasifies a variety of inputs, mostly wood waste, to syngas in steam-blown gasifier
  • Catalytically converts the syngas to ethanol with a three-step catalytic process, featuring three separate catalysts
  • Catalysis goes from syngas to methanol, then methyl acetate, and finally ethanol
  • ...

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