Bio Fuel Technology

It is clear that whatever exists as an energy paradigm today will be replaced in the future. Wood gave way to coal, whale oil made way to petroleum and petroleum distillates, and petroleum is ceding ground to ethanol. What will follow ethanol? Bio-hydrogen.


Biohydrogen is the name given to hydrogen gas, produced by the action of some bacteria, algae and archaea on organic materials.
The use of bacteria for the production of hydrogen by fermentation has the advantage that the process does not require light as an energy source. The use of organic waste eliminates competition with crop plants and open up opportunities for waste treatment.

  •  Bio Fuel Preparation
  •  Green Algae
  •  Microbial Fuel cell