A Low-Cost Mobile Power Generation Unit from Carbonaceous Feedstocks

November 18, 2015

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There is an increasing demand for low cost, small-scale, portable power generation units that utilize local carbonaceous feedstocks. According to Dr. Ajay Kumar, Associate Professor in Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering (BAE), Oklahoma State University (OSU), these mobile units could be deployed in remote or energy deficit locales in the U.S. and overseas, utilizing local biomass… Read more »


NESI-SES Association awards energy research grants to OSU faculty

May 11, 2015

The National Energy Solutions Institute-Smart Energy Source (NESI-SES) Association has announced recipients of research grants totaling $150,000 to fund studies of energy-related projects that will impact Oklahoma and national energy industries. NESI-SES, a research partnership between Oklahoma State University and members of the Smart Energy Source Association, is awarding three, one-year research grants worth $50,000… Read more »