EnergoGas can be upgraded to natural gas and sold on the market or used directly as fuel for a power plant. Plants using EnergoGas are among the cleanest types of electricity generators. When coal is gasified, rather than burned as at conventional coal plants, impurities such as sulphur and mercury are stripped out of the gas stream, instead of being emitted into the air. The resulting fuels burn virtually free of these pollutants.

In addition to removing pollutants such as mercury and sulphur, the gasification process allows carbon dioxide (CO2), the leading global warming agent, to be removed with from the waste stream. The CO2 can be stored permanently underground, buried deep in the earth and stored much like it was stored as coal. This process known as carbon capture and sequestration is strongly supported by leading environmental scientists and global warming experts.

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