Proton Power in Biofuels Digest

“We have the advantage of making our own hydrogen. But I tell you, we had come up with something but it was very different. You see, back in the early 2000s we built a system for the University of Tennessee. We headed down the standard path in cellulose to liquid fuels. Like everyone on that path, we had the same catalyzed fluidized bed, and ended up with same thing…”

“But, recently we saw a better way, and just before Christmas we had sort of a miracle, where right out of the process we are getting hydrocarbon molecules, via a very different process. We were stunned, but we’re not really talking about that, we’re still writing the patents.”

Read the entire interview with Dr. Sam Weaver here.