1. Arterran Renewables: Sustainable Solid Biofuel to Replace Coal


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    Arterran Renewables presents society with a new, disruptive innovation, Thermocatalytic Transformation, able to produce renewable, sustainable base load energy as the world's 1st 'drop in' replacement for thermal coal. Worldwide, coal supplies 29.7 percent of world electricity and is responsible for 44 percent of global CO2 emissions. Arterran provides a carbon neutral solution to the world's base load energy needs, as our NextGEN solid biofuel has ALL the beneficial characteristics of coal, without the pollution of coal. More specifically, Arterran's biofuel is far superior to wood pellets, with a 50% increased energy density of 12,200 btu/lb rivaling the highest grades of coal, again without the pollution of coal. Mankind now has at it's disposal clean, sustainable energy alternatives with Arterran Renewables ability to directly replace coal as the latest exciting addition. www.ArterranRenewables.com Our Future Is Green Power point presentation: http://www.slideshare.net/DavidTiessen/arterran?utm_source=slideshow&utm_medium=ssemail&utm_campaign=post_upload_view_cta

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    • The Co-operative Food Biomass Pilot


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      In 2014 HWEnergy were commissioned to install The Co-operative Food's first wood fuel heating system in their store in Caol, near Fort William, Scotland. The pilot was part of a wider range of initiatives designed to reduce the Group's energy consumption by 25%. In the first 8 months of operation the impact of the biomass system along the the other initiatives introduced has outstripped expectations. Energy consumption has reduced more than expected resulting in associated cost savings, staff morale has improved and customer footfall and sales have risen substantially.

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      • Guess how many Biomass pellets are in the jar and win an iPad


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        It’s just like the game you’d played a million times at fairs and at your local pub, but with a much better prize. To give you some idea, the jar holds 3.8 litres and the biomass pellets are between 30mm and 10mm long and around 5mm in circumference. We’ve counted how many biomass pellets are in the jar and placed the number in a sealed envelope in our vault. We’ll open it on May 29th and see who was the guessed the closest, the winner will be announced on 1st June 2015. In the event that there are several people guessing the same number of pellets, all those entrants will be placed into a draw and the winner selected at random.

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        • MT3000 with screen 80mm GREEN WOOD


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          • ZERO - Renewable heating explained


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            • How can renewable heating benefit your home?


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              • How can renewable heating benefit your business?


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                • What is biomass?


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                  • WEBINAR: How to carry out a successful biomass heating project


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                    www.resourceefficientscotland.com. If you are looking to start a biomass project, or want help with one that is underway, this one hour webinar recording will help. It will you provide with clear step-by-step guidance so that you will avoid common pitfalls encountered by SMEs during biomass projects. And it will help you understand the decisions you will have to make so that you are better informed when talking to suppliers and ultimately, end up with a biomass system that best fits your organisation’s needs

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                    • APES in a BOX Biomass


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