Falls Church, VA (PRWEB) September 1, 2010
An American Solution for Reducing Carbon Emissions, a guidebook by André DuPont, seeks to demonstrate a new method to slow the increase of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere through the application of green renewable technology and innovative environmental management.
The book provides design and operation specifications for future bioreactors - a mechanism for removing carbon emissions from the stack of a fossil fuel power plant that could significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions. In addition to details on design and functionality, the book provides ballpark cost estimates for the construction of recommended bioreactor technology. DuPont offers projections on carbon dioxide reduction at fossil fuel power generators as society shifts toward greater utilization of renewable energy. Also, he projects that bioreactor technology could significantly improve a utilities overall fuel efficiency and reduce the operating cost of power generators when the technology can be tailored to the community.
"The production of green energy from carbon emissions could lead to the development of an entirely new industry," DuPont says. "This technology could increase employment in many communities and reduce our dependence on fossil fuels."
DuPont predicts that widespread adoption of Plug-in Electric Vehicle (PHEV) technology will spur a massive increase in power generation needs. He argues that PHEVs will sweep the American road and change the way we travel to work, requiring hundreds of new clean electric power facilities to charge the lithium batteries in the next generation of automobiles. As a result, new innovations will be required to produce clean electricity, such as DuPont's bioreactor technology.
An American Solution for Reducing Carbon Emissions is available for sale online at Amazon.com, Creatspace.com, and through additional wholesale and retail channels worldwide.
About the Author
André DuPont is a writer and Environmental Engineer for the Office of Atmospheric Programs at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. A graduate of the University of Florida, he earned a master's degree in information technology from Virginia Tech in 2002. DuPont began his career overseeing the start-up and operation of the air pollution control system for two 625 megawatt power plants. In the mid 80's, Mr. DuPont was the Manager of Environmental Services for the National Lime Association. He resides in Northern Virginia.
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