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Welcome to Reliance Energy Systems

Reliance Energy Systems (RES) technologies consist of any waste treatment process that creates energy in the form of electricity, heat or transport fuels (e.g. diesel) from a waste source. These technologies can be applied to several types of waste: from the semi-solid (e.g. thick- ened sludge from effluent treatment plants) to liquid (e.g. domestic sewage) and gaseous (e.g. refinery gases) waste. However, the most common application by far is processing the Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) (Eurostat, 2013). The current most known RES technology for MSW processing is incineration in a combined heat and power (CHP) plant.

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biomass energy resources

Waste is an inevitable pr oduct of society, and one of the greatest challenges for future...

Medical Waste Management

Municipal Solid Wa ste (MSW) is classified and defined in various ways depending on the country and what waste management practices are employed.

Industrial Waste Management

The choice of WtE technology will be largely dependent on the nature and vo lume of the incoming waste stream.

Solid Waste Management

Electricity can be produced from waste through direct combustion, and the released heat is utilised to produce steam to drive a turbine.

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Mission and Strategic Goal

  • Mission

    Develop and transform our renewable biomass resources into commercially viable,high performance biofuels, bioproducts, and biopower through targeted research, development, demonstration, and deployment supported through public and private partnerships.

  • Strategic Goal

    Develop commercially viable biomass utilization technologies to enable the sustainable, nationwide production of biofuels that are compatible with today’s transportation infrastructure and can displace a share of petroleum derived fuels to reduce U.S. dependence on oil and encourage the creation of a new domestic bioenergy industry.

  • Performance Goals

    By 2017, validate a $3/GGE hydrocarbon biofuel (with 50% reduction in GHG emissions relative to petroleum derived fuel) for a mature modeled price for at least one hydrocarbon technology pathway at pilot scale. By 2022, validate hydrocarbon biofuels production at >1 ton/day from at least two additional technology pathways at pilot or demons tration scale.