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Title: Institute for Energy Resourcefulness
Description:Institute for Energy Resourcefulness The Web Institute for Energy Resourcefulness Top Level Site Contents Home Videos and Slides World Energy Picture Oil World Natural Gas Domestic Energy Supply North is ranked 25408406 in the world (amongst the 40 million domains). A low-numbered rank means that this website gets lots of visitors. This site is relatively popular among users in the united states. It gets 50% of its traffic from the united states .This site is estimated to be worth $2,503. This site has a low Pagerank(0/10). It has 1 backlinks. has 43% seo score. Information

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Institute for Energy Resourcefulness The Web Institute for Energy Resourcefulness Top Level Site Contents Home Videos and Slides World Energy Picture Oil World Natural Gas Domestic Energy Supply North American Oil North American Natural Gas Global Warming Health Effects of Diesel and Gasoline Renewable Energy Bio-Fuels Wind Solar Geothermal Alternative Transportation Fuels Electricity and Plug-ins Ethanol - Introduction and Background Cellulosic Ethanol Methanol Bio-diesel Natural Gas Anaerobic Digestion to Bio-methane Hydrogen Overall IER Energy Plan Americas transportation needs Anaerobic Digestion IER Sees a Non-Nuclear Future IER Transportation Plan Executive Summary of the Plan IER Research Programs Initiatives Open letters to Government and Industry Contact Us About Us Site Map Latest Major Updates: April 15: Detroit Should lead us Beyond CAFE Standards Oct 19: The Cellulosic Ethanol Revolution. Ethanol so cheap it is really a Biomass Electricity Generating Plant, with an ethanol bi-product. Sept 25: Mercedes Benz verifies value of E20 in their BlueDIRECT engines. Sept 24: Cellulosic Ethanol Technology could be very important for New Mexico. Sept 3: Poet-DSM 25 million gallon per year cellulosic ethanol plant opens. June 9: Health Effects of Diesel and Gasoline May 20: Catalytic decompostion of methane May 15: Dry reforming of methane May 8: Links fixed Apr 28: Global Warming Apr 20: Emission changes using ethanol Apr 6: Value of Ethanol Mar 29. Started Global Warming page Mar. 22-26. new links and anaerobic digestion started Mar. 21. modern ethanol production Mar. 19. world oil picture Mar, 11-13. Potential of Ethanol Mar. 10 Brazilian ethanol production and ethanol from natural gas Mar 5-8. Modern ethanol production and CO2 emitted from Ethanol Plants and Water Usage Mar. 2-3. Refineries enhanced and Emissions from ethanol blends Feb. 28-Mar. 1. Ethanol potential started Feb. 27. Ethanol Racing. Links and formatting Feb. 25-26. Ethanol/Flex Fueled vehicles Feb. 22-23. North American Oil supply picture Feb. 19-21. More on Methanol, and Ethanol, and Alternatives Feb. 18. Natural Gas as a Fuel and Plug-ins Feb. 16. Methanol section and California methanol fuel experience Feb. 14-16. Links improved. Feb. 3-11. Ethanol mileage and results for intermediate blends - surprise! Feb. 2. Initiation of Solar Energy and Geothermal Energy sections. Feb. 1. Open letter to President Obama and Energy Secretary Chu Navigating this Site: 1. Left sidebar has the Main Table of Contents 2. Right sidebar has the Page Contents, update info and a comment from Charlie. The world's energy picture has forever changed The basic reason is that there are now more people striving to have a middle class lifestyle with energy intensive commodities (refrigerators, TVs, cars, etc.) than there is affordable oil available to meet their needs. Thus, as demand begins to outstrip supply, the use and the cost of energy will rise to dangerous levels, and we need to find realistic alternative solutions to prevent catastrophic economic, and associated environmental, disaster. Our Mascot Our Mascot, Charley the Sea Otter, pictured above, is not uptight about energy. He truly knows the meaning of energy resourcefulness. Sea Otters must conserve the energy they store to survive in the very cold waters they live in. They are constantly fluffing up their two layer coat and keeping their feet out of the water, since they are not insulated as well as the rest of their bodies. Major updates are listed to the right. Please update your pages. The Institute for Energy Resourcefulness Our Mission You are told by the oil companies that no alternative fuel options are realistic or practical, and you are led by the auto companies to believe they are doing the best possible for you. Both are perhaps the biggest lies you will suffer believing in your life. They effect you, your family and your parents, not just economically, but more importantly they degrade your health. Our mission is to help you understand that you have options when it comes to energy costs, energy supply and the effects of energy pollution on you and your loved ones. We want to educate you (does that scare you?) so you can see that there are practical solutions, which are affordable, that you can argue for and achieve. You do not need to suck in lead and benzene the rest of your life. Our Objective To understand that population increases in the next decades, and the worldwide move to the middle class with its offer of a better life, will stretch traditional energy supplies strongly influencing the quality of your daily life. Thus, oil will inevitably continue to increase in price, and with its increased use, pollution and greenhouse gases from it will continue to increase at a faster pace. Our main objective is to show you ways we can 'work around' this inevitable story, so we can all get out of this shadow and thrive. Goal We hope to achieve this objective by showing you that we don't have to rely on the shrinking, ever more costly 'historical' energy supply: fossil fuels. Executive Summary Since the US uses 1/4 of the world's oil and over 60% is used for transportation, and a large fraction of the remainder for stationary engines, the key area that needs attention is internal combustion engine (ICE) fuel. These engines must be transitioned from using petroleum fuels to running on alcohols. Not only ethanol, but the other alcohol - methanol. These are liquid fuels. Together these alcohols can replace the oil from which gasoline and diesel are made that these engines use. We already know that ethanol works since our 'gasoline' contains 10% ethanol, and there are 14 million Flex Fueled vehicles on US roads that can use 85% ethanol. As we show on the pages within, methanol is also a proven liquid fuel that can run our engines. Engines tuned around alcohols can run more efficiently than diesel engines, i.e., at greater than 40% efficiency. The transition will initially require using fossil natural gas to make enough methanol and ethanol, but later will involve producing methanol and ethanol from dedicated non-food energy crops, organic wastes and farmed algae. Ethanol made from these feedstocks has the potential to be carbon neutral, and even carbon negative. Ethanol from waste organics is just coming online. Methanol from organic wastes has been made for many years. We can do many other things that will alleviate the coming energy problems, but we will focus on fuels first. We seek to get your help to bring about this transition by helping you understand the realities, and then asking you to spread the word. We are constantly being told that we are running out of energy we can afford, and that by using the energy we need we are irreversibly heating up the earth. Are these facts true? If they are, how much time do we have to find alternatives that will alleviate the consequences of each of these issues. Is there an answer other than using less energy? On... Whois

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