- The MALENA Project – Which biomass types for Sicily?
- Conference (in English with Italian translation): Technology development for efficient design and operation of biogas plants
- Conference (in Italian): Anaerobic digestion of organic urban waste
- Interview to Mario A. Rosato in the magazine Campus Naonis
- Materials for Emerging Energy Technologies
Tag Archives: bambù
Sustainable Technologies collaborated in the redaction of the captioned document, in both the topics about bamboo for the production of wind turbine blades and new materials for thermoacoustic motor development. More details in the blog entry , where the full document … Continue reading
Program broadcasted on 7th March 2012. Mario A. Rosato explains how to couple the dark fermentation process with the cultivation of bamboo in order to tackle the global climate change.
Innocentive announces in a press release that the Rockefeller Foundation will contribute with 200% of the amount collected through Global Giving to fund a project on rain harvesting in Kerala , where a solution proposed by Sustainable Technologies was awarded the … Continue reading
Proposals of the Green Economy to create jobplaces in Sardinia The delocation of Alcoa’s smelting facility of Portovesme leves 1500 unemployed people, both direct employees and induced sectors. On 21st Jan. 2012 Mario A. Rosato gave a conference in … Continue reading
Article pubblished in Agorà Magazine. (in Italian) Article published in Architettura Ecostenibile. (in Italian)
Biological capture of nitrogen by means of bamboo Problem: The rain washes away the fertilizers, flowing till the rivers, lakes and sea. The increase in the concentration of nutrients leads then to euthrophization phenomena. Our solution: A drain system collects … Continue reading
First prize of The Economist – Innocentive to the best entrepreneurial idea against the global climate change Several links, in English, with more information about the award and the event. Video of the conference at the Pace University of … Continue reading