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Dr enrico marsili school of biotechnology dcu dr stephen daniels

Microbial Fuel Cells (MFCs) for Primary Wastewater Treatment at Northern Ireland Water Treatment Plants

Dr. Enrico Marsili

School of Biotechnology, DCU

Dr. Stephen Daniels

National Centre for Plasma Science and Technology DCU


Benefits for questor member companies

Relevance

Energy from Biomass

Waste Water Treatment

Exciting Markets

Domestic Waste Water

Industrial Waste Water (e.g. agricultural, food processing)

Large addressable markets

MFCs are an emerging technology

Currently several pilot projects in development

Timing is Right

Early stage technology

Competitive advantage for early entrants

Potential for valuable know-how and intellectual property development

Benefits for Questor Member Companies


Implementation

Implementation

  • Experienced waste-water engineer to be appointed

    • Vincent Vilain – 6 years experience in wastewater treatment, plant and project management

    • Effective project implementation and interaction with industrial partners

  • Scientific pedigree

    • biological energy conversion processes

    • MFCs design and optimization

  • Significant research infrastructure to support project

    • Analysis capabilities

    • Engineering design and prototyping facilities


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