Sunday, July 26, 2015

4th Milestone Accomplished by MOhempEnergy

While attending a recent webinar on USDA Bio-refinery, Renewable Chemical, and Bio-based Product Manufacturing Assistance Program as it relates to the USDA 9003 loan guarantees and programs last week that was sponsored by
Westar Trade Resources 
Westar one of the presenters answered my question on whether a Mobile Refinery qualifies for the 9003 Loan Guaranty!

Yes my inventions do and will qualify for the USDA 9003 program.  The mobile processing scenario was the last question answered at 1:25:16  http://cdn2.hubspot.net/hubfs/14164/2015-07-23_15.02_USDA_9003_Program_-_Winning_Strategies_for_Success.mp4?t=1437687057932

This was the biggest milestone in acquiring funding as it guarantees the lending institution that funds MOhemp Energy startup venture will be protected financially.

The products that MOhemp Energy will be providing that meet the requirements are Industrial Hemp based products namely- Biodiesel, Biomass, and Lingin (used in supercapicitors see pdf) as well as energy conserving building products.

I'm excited to say the least and can't wait to get to work developing the inventions and assisting Missouri Farmers in generating a new source of income that has all the aforementioned positive energy benefits from a Natural and Sustainable Industrial Hemp Plant.

  • A supercapacitor (SC) (sometimes ultracapacitor, formerly electric double-layer capacitor (EDLC)) is a high-capacity electrochemical capacitor with capacitance values greater than 1,000 farads at 1.2 volt that bridge the gap between electrolytic capacitors and rechargeable batteries. They typically store 10 to 100 times more energy per unit volume or mass than electrolytic capacitors, can accept and deliver chargemuch faster than batteries, and tolerate many more charge and discharge cycles than rechargeable batteries. They are however 10 times larger than conventional batteries for a given charge.
  • Supercapacitors are used in applications requiring many rapid charge/discharge cycles rather than long term compact energy storage: within cars, buses, trains, cranes and elevators, where they are used for regenerative braking, short-term energy storage or burst-mode power delivery. Smaller units are used as memory backup for static random-access memory (SRAM).
  • Supercapacitors do not have a conventional solid dielectric. They use electrostaticdouble-layer capacitance or electrochemical pseudocapacitance or a combination of both instead:
  • Electrostatic double-layer capacitors use carbon electrodes or derivatives with much higher electrostatic double-layer capacitance than electrochemical pseudocapacitance, achieving separation of charge in a Helmholtz double layer at the interface between the surface of a conductive electrode and an electrolyte. The separation of charge is of the order of a few ångströms (0.3–0.8 nm), much smaller than in a conventional capacitor.
  • Electrochemical pseudocapacitors use metal oxide or conducting polymerelectrodes with a high amount of electrochemical pseudocapacitance. Pseudocapacitance achieved by Faradaic electron charge-transfer with redox reactions, intercalation or electrosorption.
  • Hybrid capacitors, such as the lithium-ion capacitor, use electrodes with differing characteristics: one exhibiting mostly electrostatic capacitance and the other mostly electrochemical capacitance.
  • The electrolyte forms a conductive connection between the two electrodes which distinguishes them from electrolytic capacitors where the electrolyte is the second electrode (the cathode). Supercapacitors are polarized by design with asymmetric electrodes, or, for symmetric electrodes, by a potential applied during manufacture.





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