Birmingham is also to be a collaborative partner, along with Loughborough University, in the Industrial Doctorate Centre for Efficient Power from Fossil Energy and Carbon Capture Technologies which will be led by Nottingham University.
What does FE stand for?
FE stands for Fossil Energy
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Specifically, the researchers report that corn requires 29 percent more fossil energy than ethanol produces, with switch grass requiring 45 percent more energy and wood biomass 57 percent more, while soybean plants require 27 percent more fossil energy than biodiesel produces and sunflower plants require 118 percent more energy.
Ethanol uses more fossil energy in its production than the energy it contains, says Patzek.
The device is one of a suite of technologies being developed by the Energy Department's Office of Fossil Energy.
The Department of Energy (DOE)'s Office of Fossil Energy recently announced that Delphi Corporation, a partner in DOE's advanced fuel cell development program, has reported it has exceeded the power density level required to meet the government's $400-per-kilowatt cost goal for fuel cells, or nearly one-tenth the cost of power-generating fuel cells currently sold on the market.
The ultimate driver on all of this," he says, "is that ninety-five percent of our fossil energy reserves--the amount of fossil energy that we have within our boundaries that we can rely on for energy and economic security, as well as national security--is coal.