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Honda insight mild hybrid

Honda Insight Mild Hybrid

Integrated Starter Generator (ISG) sandwiched between 1.0 liter Engine and Manual Transaxle provides regenerative braking and idle-stop

Honda insight mild hybrid

Student Competitions

COE's Future Energy Challenge Team took first place in the Hydrogen Vehicle Category with its Corbin Sparrow, a fuel cell-powered, three-wheeled electric vehicle renamed the Zero Carbon Car. The commuter produces no associated carbon dioxide emissions.

The Tour de Sol also awarded UW its coveted "Technology Innovation" award for demonstrating the ultimate goal of the Tour de Sol. At each stopover, the team generated hydrogen from wind and solar which it stored on board in hydrides. The hydrides were later used to fuel the hydrogen fuel cell propulsion system.

Students modified the vehicle as part of the Future Energy Challenge. Their system used on-board (stationary) charging resources including at folded 250-watt solar panel, a folded 400-wind generator/tower, and a 1.2-kW Ballard Nexa fuel cell.

Global biomass initiatives
Global Biomass Initiatives

Production of hydrogen by co-reforming biomass pyrolysis liquids and natural gas

R.French*, C. Feik, S. Czernik, E. Chornet

National Renewable Energy Laboratory, 1617 Cole Blvd., Golden, Colorado, USA 80401

Fax: 303-384-6363; Stefan_Czernik@NREL.

Technoeconomic analysis of options for producing hydrogen from biomass

P.L. Spath*, J.M. Lane, M.K. Mann

National Renewable Energy Laboratory, 1617 Cole Blvd., Golden, Colorado, USA 80401

Fax: 303-275-2905;

“This study demonstrates that hydrogen can be produced economically from biomass. The pyrolysisbased

technology, in particular, because it has coproduct opportunities, has the most favorable

economics. However, the gasification processes also produce hydrogen for less than many other

renewable technologies. An added benefit of biomass as a renewable feedstock is that it is not

intermittent, but can be used to produce hydrogen when needed. Uncertainties exist, however, and must

be addressed through increased research and validation projects. With scientific and engineering

advancements, biomass can be viewed as a key economically viable component to a renewables-based

hydrogen economy.”


Honda insight mild hybrid

Optimum biomass power plant size in western Canada

A. Kumar*, J. B. Cameron, and P. C. Flynn

Department of Mechanical Engineering

University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada T6G 2G8

Fax: 780-492-2200;

Summary of Oxydiesel™ technology

James Peeples

AAE Technologies, Inc., 2111 Wilson Blvd., Suite 700, Arlington, VA 22201

Fax: 703-256-8585;

Biodiesel fuel for diesel fuel substitute prepared by a catalyst-free supercritical methanol

D. Kusdiana, S. Saka*

Grad. School of Energy Science, Kyoto University, Yoshida-honmachi, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto 606-8501, Japan

Fax : +81-75-753-4738; Shiro Saka, E-mail :

IEA Bioenergy – a summary and future goals related to “bioenergy, carbon sequestration and

greenhouse gases”

K.A. Robertsona M. Mann*b and B. Schlamadinger c

on behalf of IEA Bioenergy Task 38, with contributions from researchers in Australia, Austria,

Canada, Croatia, Denmark, Finland, Italy, New Zealand, Norway, Sweden, The Netherlands, UK, and


a Forest Research, Private Bag 3020, Rotorua, New Zealand

Fax: +64 7343 5332;

bNational Renewable Energy Laboratory, USA; cJoanneum Research, Austria

Honda insight mild hybrid

Energy and CO2 balance in biodiesel fuel production

S. Bona*, G. Mosca and T. Vamerali

Dipartimento di Agronomia Ambientale e Produzioni Vegetali

Università di Padova – AGRIPOLIS – Via Romea n.16 – 35020 Legnaro (PD) – Italy

Tel.: +39-049-8272831; Fax: +39-049-8272839;

Biomass energy with geological sequestration of CO2: Two for the price of one?

James S. Rhodes*, David W. Keith

Carnegie Mellon University, Department of Engineering and Public Policy, 129 Baker Hall, Frew St.,

Pittsburgh, PA, USA, 15213

Fax: (412) 268-3757;

Technical, economical and environmental assessment of biomass waste to electricity techniques in

The Netherlands

P. van Schijndel*, K. Ptasinski and F. Janssen

STW 1.28, P.O. Box 513, 5600 MB Eindhoven, The Netherlands

Faculty of Chemical Technology, Ein dhoven University of Technology

Phone: +31 40 247 3197; Fax: +31 40 244 66 53;

Optimal use of biomass — for heat, process heat, electricity or as a liquid fuel in the

transportation sector?

Christian Azar*, Kristian Lindgren and Björn A. Andersson

Department of Physical Resource Theory, Chalmers University of Technology, Göteborg University

SE-412 96 Göteborg, SWEDEN

Fax: +46-31-772 3150;

Honda insight mild hybrid

Production of hydrogen by catalytic steam reforming of “trap grease”

S. Czernik*, R.French, C. Feik, E. Chornet

National Renewable Energy Laboratory, 1617 Cole Blvd., Golden, Colorado, USA 80401

Fax: 303-384-6363; Stefan_Czernik@NREL.GOV

Development of eco-profitable agricultural products by system integration of

biomass and other household farm wastes in the Philippines

BD Tadeo*, RC Corales, RE Aldas, HX Truong, PS Ramos and NA Ablaza

Philippine Rice Research Institute, Maligaya, Scie nce City of Muñoz, Nueva Ecija, Philippines

Telefax: 63 (044) 456-0651 local 309;,

Transitioning to biomass fuels in general aviation

M. E. Shauck*, M.G. Zanin

Renewable Aviation Fuels Development Center, Baylor University, Clifton Robinson Tower,

700 S. University Parks Dr. Suite 240, Waco, Texas 76706

Fax: 254 710 3560;;

Honda insight mild hybrid

Algal Biomass Fuels “trap grease”

Biofixation of CO2 by microalgae represents an advanced, climate friendly biological process that enables the direct utilization of fossil CO2 streams produced from concentrated sources, such as power plants. Mitigation of GHG emissions would result from the conversion of the algal biomass to renewable biofuels (methane, ethanol, biodiesel and hydrogen) and fossil fuel-sparing products (fertilizers, biopolymers and lubricants).

Public awareness is crucial
Public Awareness is Crucial “trap grease”