biowaste renewable energy

Renewable energy to date has been mostly generated by wind and solar. The challenges with both are that they are intermittent and dependent on weather. Solar panel production involves rare earth minerals, which are toxic to the environment, and wind turbines have adverse effects on wildlife. By contrast biowaste renewable power is NON-INTERMITENT, does not require any rare earth materials or have any adverse impact on the environmdent.

It’s time to focus more attention on using biowaste as a spoke on the renewable energy wheel along with solar and wind.

Hydrothemal Carbonization (HTC) shows tremendous promise to address the growing challenges of renewable energy in America and around the world. See: