Renewables, Biofuels, and Electricity

Environmental stewardship and government regulations are fueling a rise in the use of renewable sources of energy and petrochemical precursors. These include biofuels or synthetic crude oil generated from cellulose and/or algae, photovoltaic cells, emerging battery technologies that are proving ubiquitous in portable electronics and vehicles, and fuel cells that produce electricity from water or ammonia. Additionally, power plants and electrical infrastructure require chemical analyses, ensuring efficient and safe operation.

Solar & Renewable Energy

Solar & Renewable Energy

Semi-conductors, photovoltaics, and rare-earth magnets all contribute to generating energy from renewable sources

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Analytical Techniques:
Elemental Analysis, FTIR, LC, X-ray

Biofuels – Algal Fuels, Synthetic Crude, & Cellulosic Ethanol

Biofuels – Algal Fuels, Synthetic Crude, & Cellulosic Ethanol

Analyses ensure process efficiency and utility in a fossil-fuel dominated market.

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Analytical Techniques:
FTIR, GC, System GC, LC, TOC, UV-Vis

Electricity Generation & Transmission

Electricity Generation & Transmission

Maintaining electrical infrastructure involves testing of process water and transformer insulating oil.

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Analytical Techniques:
GC, System GC, GC/MS, LC, TOC

Batteries, Fuel Cells, & Energy Storage

Batteries, Fuel Cells, & Energy Storage

The chemistry of electrodes, electrolytes, and catalysts, control capacity and efficiency.

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Analytical Techniques:
Elemental Analysis, GC, GC/MS, LC, X-ray

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