Synhelion uses solar heat to convert CO2 into synthetic fuels – so-called solar fuels. Solar radiation is reflected by the mirror field, concentrated onto the receiver, and converted into high-temperature process heat. The generated heat is fed to the thermochemical reactor that produces syngas, a mixture of H2 and CO. The syngas is then processed … [Read more…]
Los Angeles Herald, 15 January 1917 Sam Withite of 724 West Eleventh street is recovering from bruises and abrasions that he received yesterday when he was hurled against the wall of a garage at 1013 South Flower street. The young man attempted to solder a can that contained gasoline when the liquid exploded.