Rethinking biomass – a grossly undervalued renewable energy technology
- Start  Wednesday 19 Feb 2014 5:30pm
- Finish Wednesday 19 Feb 2014 6:30pm
- Venue Lindemann lecture theatre
Mike Mason, founder of Climate Care
Hosted by the Oxford Energy Society
Mike is currently working on a project to challenge the way we think about biomass, which he claims to be a grossly undervalued renewable energy. The microbes in cattle’s guts produce significant quantities of methane, a greenhouse gas much more potent than CO2.In his presentation Mike will expain his plans to use the very same microbes to generate large quantities of renewable energy from agricultural waste.