Green Energy, the licensee of the Klepper technology, offers the coal industry a means for producing clean energy. In the Green Energy gasification process the coal is converted into high-energy content synthetic gas consisting of carbon monoxide, hydrogen, methane and some carbon dioxide. During the chemical process of coal gasification, pollutants often present in run-of-mine coal such as sulfur and mercury are removed and recovered as solids rather than emitted into the atmosphere as flue gas during the conventional combustion of coal. The synthetic gas produced can be used to fuel an internal combustion engine or turbine-driven electric generator while meeting the most stringent emission standards. Alternatively, the synthetic gas can be catalytically converted to ethanol. Green Energy's mission is to offer solutions to environmental waste problems and to simultaneously produce clean energy.
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