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Renewable power is booming, as innovation brings down costs and starts to deliver on the promise of a clean energy future. American solar and wind generation are breaking records and being integrated into the national electricity grid without compromising reliability.This is why we are here.

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Ocean Power

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Pyrolysis

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Clean Coal

  • Waves
  • Pyrolysis
  • Coal

Ocean Power

Seabased’s ambition is to become the first Blue Energy Company to build, own, and operate Wave Power Parks around the globe. Our proprietary technology generates stable and predictable power that enables grid operators to increase the amount of renewables they can incorporate into the energy mix, either through stand-alone wave parks or in combination with other renewables such as offshore wind.

Seabased strives to generate renewable, CO2 free power in a way that is also gentle on the environment. Our wave power parks are designed to be virtually invisible and require little maintenance. The materials used, and the mechanics of the parks, are chosen to protect the water and the creatures that live in it. In fact, the parks can be designed to provide both habitat and breeding ground for marine life.

Extracting utility-scale renewable energy from ocean waves is a key to Earth’s future. Commercial wave power park projects are under development include Bermuda, Ghana and the Canary Islands.

Seabased has committed itself to solving the challenges standing between wave power’s tremendous potential and cost-effective implementation. Our scientists and engineers have amassed more than 327 patents and 20 PhD theses; developing and ocean testing full-scale generators in four countries, including two multi-generator grid-connected demonstration wave power parks..

What is Pyrolysis

Pyrolysis is the thermal decomposition of materials at elevated temperatures in an inert atmosphere. It involves a change of chemical composition. The word is coined from the Greek-derived elements pyro "fire" and lysis "separating". Pyrolysis is most commonly used in the treatment of organic materials.

Pyrolysis is most commonly used in the treatment of organic materials. It is one of the processes involved in charring wood. In general, pyrolysis of organic substances produces volatile products and leaves a solid residue enriched in carbon, char.

High temperature pyrolysis process carried in the absence of oxygen results in production of calorific syngas at exceptional heating values, up to even 36 MJ/Nm3. The most energy-rich gases are obtained from the raw materials featuring high calorific values – plastics, polymers, calorific fractions of municipal waste.

Generated synthetic gas leaving the Biogreen reactor is a hot mixture of condensable and non-condensable phases. The composition of such blend depends on source material (feedstock) and pyrolysis operating conditions. Gases from pyrolysis typically contain significant quantities of methane, hydrogen, carbon monoxide, and dioxide, as well as higher hydrocarbons that build their calorific value and make them important fuel for the chemical and energy industries.

Clean Coal

CBAESI & BLLC has developed, patented and conducted commercial pilot tests utilizing the Remedial Coal Solutions (RCS) and Remedial Biomass Solutions (RBS) coal and biomass optimization and decarbonization technology. The RCS/RBS process has been vetted by the U.S. Department of Energy, the Electric Power Research Institute, (EPRI), 3 University testing facilities, and numerous US-based and International coal and biomass producers and power generation companies.

CBAESI & BLLC has developed, patented and conducted commercial pilot tests utilizing the Remedial Coal Solutions (RCS) and Remedial Biomass Solutions (RBS) coal and biomass optimization and decarbonization technology. The RCS/RBS process has been vetted by the U.S. Department of Energy, the Electric Power Research Institute, (EPRI), 3 University testing facilities, and numerous US-based and International coal and biomass producers and power generation companies.

This technology is the most cost-effective method to reduce carbon oxide emissions at industrial and power generation facilities. CBA's mass balance calculations for determining the carbon oxides captured and avoided exactly match EPA's Greenhouse Gas Rules promulgated in 2009. Total carbon oxides captured or avoided typically range from 50% to 60%. With the addition of carbon registry protocols, the technology could also qualify for various carbon credit and offset markets worldwide.


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