Biomass to Biochar Conversion Technique

With the increasing threat of greenhouse gas emissions from fossil fuels, there is a rapidly growing interest to search for more sustainable and environmentally friendly fuel options. As a solution, biochar is a highly efficient and renewable alternative biofuel that is effective in working towards minimizing greenhouse gas emissions for industrial applications. This method involves the conversion of biomass into biochar with the use of subcritical water. One of the byproducts produced by this process is biocrude. Auburn’s unique solution recycles the biocrude back into the system in order to produce a higher quality biochar substance with a much greater carbon content. Subject of U.S. Patent 8,637,718 This technology is available for exclusive or non-exclusive licensing Brian Wright 334-844-4977

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