Renewable energy company collaborates with UT, check for new ceramic technology

Franklin Renewable Energy is to test new high-temperature ceramic filter technology at the University of Tennessee.

Aid-supported research allows Enesor Bio Energy to provide information on ceramic fiber used in electrical, thermal and sound protection units.

The driver is energy efficient and cost-effective to use ceramic fiber – it dissipates less heat when it can withstand high temperatures.

Iniesor’s product, bio-CHP, oxidizes organic waste to dissipate waste into renewable energy.

The idea is to stop and compensate for harmful emissions, instead of transporting garbage to a sewage treatment plant and sitting there.

Each section of a 20-foot container can reduce emissions by up to 2,200 metric tons of carbon dioxide per year. That equates to taking about 480 passenger cars off the road for a year.

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