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The study showed that energy vulnerability affects both wealthy and poor districts in the city; now, researchers are investigating the feasibility of natural gas as a complementary energy source for home. A partial result of one of the projects of...
The use of vinasse, alone, left over after processing sugarcane, can generate 4,133 GWh of power per year, taking into account the 2015/2016 harvest. These data show that the sugar and ethanol mills and the sanitary landfills of the State...
The country wants to avoid natural gas slips, which add to 2% of the total extracted, on average; the gas is mainly employed to generate energy. Second world largest natural gas producer (second only to Russia), the USA wants to...
Promoted by Fapesp and by the Research Council of Norway, the event will discuss the development of new production systems, efficient use and distribution of energy. On September 21, the academic director of the Research Centre for Gas Innovation –...
 Fostering the natural gas supply and providing scientific foundation for reverting the ANP regulation preventing sewage treatment plants and landfills to inject biomethane in the gas grid are some of the project’s goals Researchers from the Institute of Energy and...
The Project wishes to qualify the use of energy in the industrial sector, by studying possibilities for the use of natural gas. The first results are due to come out in 2017. The identification of industrial policies and strategies that...
According to the professor of University of São PaulO, within the domestic environment at least 50% of the consumption of electricity could be converted to natural gas. Researchers from the Research Centre for Gas Innovation (RCGI) are currently appraising the...
The Project is from the Research Centre for Gas Innovation (RCGI) and has the ultimate aim of replacing fossil fuels by electricity and natural gas. Engineers from the Research Centre for Gas Innovation (RCGI) study the development of hybrid power...
According to professor José Roberto Simões Moreira, from the Polytechnic School of the University of São Paulo (Poli-USP), the main aim is to make the steam reforming process cheaper, using concentrated solar energy as a supplied material. One of the...