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Convert non-food-based feedstocks into renewable fuel for heating, power and transportation
With growing concern on climate change, the search for renewable sources of energy has intensified. Envergent Technologies, a UOP joint venture with Ensyn, offers a practical and commercially proven path to green energy.
RTP, or rapid thermal processing technology, is a fast thermal conversion process used to convert biomass feedstock, usually forestry or agricultural residuals, into RTP green fuel—a light, pourable, clean-burning liquid biofuel. This fuel provides a sustainable, cost-effective and virtually carbon-neutral alternative for heat, power generation and, with further refining, transportation fuels.
Using established UOP hydroprocessing technology, you can further upgrade RTP green fuel to renewable gasoline, diesel and jet fuel that are virtually indistinguishable from their petroleum-based counterparts.
RTP green transportation fuels are high-quality, drop-in biofuels that can utilize existing refining infrastructure, pipelines, trucks, pumps and even vehicle fleet technology. Switching to RTP green fuel as a feedstock means an expanded fuel supply to satisfy growing fuel demand and reduced greenhouse gas emissions – all at minimal capital expense for refineries or automobile and aircraft builders.
Envergent has partnered with burner technology companies to ensure burner equipment and fuel delivery systems can use RTP green fuel in lieu of, or in addition to, comparable fossil fuel. To date, more than 15 million gallons of RTP green fuel has been used commercially to produce process heat in industrial burners.
Benefits of using RTP green fuel in burners:
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