Pilot Plant Uses Waste Hydrogen to Generate Electricity

VTT Technical Research Center of Finland has developed a pilot-scale power plant based on fuel cells that utilizes by-product hydrogen from sodium chlorate production. The power plant has been in operation at Kemira Chemicals Oy’s site in Finland since January 2014. Continue reading Pilot Plant Uses Waste Hydrogen to Generate Electricity

Algae Work as Biofuel Source Even in Cold Climates

Even in a cool climate as in Finland, algae might be used to produce biochemicals and biofuels, besides use in capture of industrial carbon dioxide emissions. The ALGIDA project coordinated by VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland explored algae growing in Finland. Continue reading Algae Work as Biofuel Source Even in Cold Climates

Pilot Project to Demonstrate 15% Energy Savings in Buildings

VTT, a research institute in Espoo, Finland, and Samsung C&T Corporation are developing remote management technology and services for buildings in the Otaniemi campus area. The goal of the pilot project is to demonstrate that 15% energy savings in buildings can be achieved using the new technology. Continue reading Pilot Project to Demonstrate 15% Energy Savings in Buildings