GreenHouse, a global green solutions provider, today announced their partnership with Allard Research and Development (Allard), a leading innovator for medium-to-large scale ethanol production. Allard will provide research, development and manufacturing services to support GreenHouse’s ongoing investment to improve and broaden the application of its ethanol production systems.
San Diego, CA (Vocus) October 20, 2009 -- GreenHouse, a global green solutions provider, today announced their partnership with Allard Research and Development (Allard), a leading innovator for medium-to-large scale ethanol production. Allard will provide research, development and manufacturing services to support GreenHouse’s ongoing investment to improve and broaden the application of its ethanol production systems.
The partnership will strengthen GreenHouse's existing distribution model as the company readies for rapid deployment of modular, automated ethanol fuel systems to businesses, municipalities, military, and commercial markets around the world.
“Allard Research and Development will play an important role in the custom engineering of ethanol fuel systems for commercial and governmental deployment,” said GreenHouse President Russ Earnshaw. “We are excited to secure Allard Research and Development’s world-class expertise and capacity as we expand our line of cutting edge technologies.”
GreenHouse holds the exclusive license to distribute Allard technologies and provide ethanol production services to soft drink companies and governmental agencies. The newly formed partnership will allow GreenHouse to develop and distribute new technologies for ethanol production, automation and hydroponics.
These technologies include the Automated Ethanol System, a scalable, industrial ethanol refinery that can produce thousands of gallons per hour and is equipped with a touch-screen interface and iPhone-monitoring application capabilities. Other technologies include the Vapor Compression Evaporator, a salt water and desalination unit, and the Rotary Collider, a commercialized machine for reducing the size of particles, such as grain and other cellulose used in the ethanol production process.
“We are excited to be partnering with GreenHouse and provide customized close-loop ethanol fuel systems to markets around the world.” said Adam Allard, President and Chief Scientist of Allard Research and Development. “Formalizing this partnership ensures that we continue to provide invaluable input towards the commercial deployment of a clean technology the world very much needs.”
GreenHouse, distributor of the E-Fuel MicroFueler and a leader in green home renovations, has aligned with Allard Research and Development to improve environmental sustainability and broaden the biofuel marketplace. The ethanol production process will reduce the amount of carbohydrate waste products from plentiful sources like soft drink waste, spent beer yeast, algae and cellulose (other than corn and other food-based products). Ethanol is better for the environment, safe to produce, and capable of replacing all grades of gasoline.
GreenHouse is a global green solutions provider that provides green building services and products including the revolutionary at-home E-Fuel MicroFueler™. GreenHouse develops sustainable and eco-friendly infrastructure that can be rapidly deployed establishing the standard for delivering sustainable self-sufficiency to the world. GreenHouse also offers consumers effective home improvement products that not only improve the environment, but also benefit homeowners financially through lower energy bills and reduced maintenance expenses.
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