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pellet

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Startup takes wood pellets in, turns out 'biogasoline'

Primus Green Energy has developed a process to convert wood pellets and natural gas into a high-octane gasoline. But can they do it cheap enough?

By February 14, 2012

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Why I bought two tons of wood heating pellets

With the winter coming, CNET's Martin LaMonica gets a fresh load of home heating pellets and takes stock of the growing mix of home energy options.

By September 25, 2011

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Pellet grill helps us shake off the frost

The Memphis Wood Pellet Grill uses a temperature control system to precisely monitor cooking times. Automatically adding fuel to the fire when needed, the grill makes it easy to cook in a traditionally unpredictable environment.

By March 1, 2011

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WoodPellets.com stocks coffers for winter

It's a small industry, but pellet stove makers see more people looking to heat with biomass.

By August 30, 2009

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Another formula for hydrogen fuel pellets

PNNL says go for ammonia borane, not sodium borohydride, for hydrogen.

By August 24, 2007

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Scientists take big step on path to fusion energy

Clean electrical power from a fusion reactor remains a distant goal, but it's one step closer following a test in which fusion energy output exceeded the energy pumped into a fuel pellet.

By February 13, 2014

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Ceglia: Getting arrested spurred my Facebook suit

Man claiming to own 84 percent of Facebook says he'd forgotten he ever employed Mark Zuckerberg--until state troopers arrested him for fraud in a wood-pellet business.

By August 2, 2010

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In the moooood for a cow-shaped grill?

Two cute and campy wood pellet grills remind cooks where meat comes from.

By July 21, 2008

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Photos: Green homes on the cheap

My experience with pellet stoves and energy efficiency shows that you don't need a million dollars for a green home retrofit.

By April 21, 2008

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U.S. airport-security agency fills Instagram feed with photos of guns and grenades

With its new Instagram account, the U.S. Transportation Security Administration shows images of weaponry that people either forgot they had or tried to sneak past airport agents.

By July 2, 2013