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Thinking outside the box January 6, 2009

Posted by Jeremy in Business, Efficiency Process, Efficient Technologies, Green Business.
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Here’s a great example of rethinking the standards and finding ways to be more efficient.  A company has created a device that allows restaurants to turn their old frying oil into biofuel and then use it to generate energy on site in a co-generation methodology.  This is a great idea.

Out of the Fryer and into the Vegawatt: Used Vegetable Oil Helps Power Restaurant

Co-generation is an excellent concept for businesses who are looking to save on the cost of energy.  I think that people are finally starting to understand that the “green” concepts we hear so much about are going to have to make financial sense as well.  When scenarios arise that you can save money and be “green” you will find that many more businesses will make the leap.  Co-generation is definitely one of those places.

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