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London Man Says Burners He Invented that Run Mainly on Ethanol Can Help Families and Businesses Cut Energy Costs

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by Hank Daniszewski (The London Free Press)  A London entrepreneur has invented new cooking equipment he says doesn’t fatten your carbon footprint.  Michael George’s cooking burners look like those on a natural gas or propane stove but run on biofuels such as ethanol.

The cooking equipment can be used in homes and restaurants, George said, but he believes it could find a commercial market with food processors that want to switch to biofuels.

His system also uses a small amount of propane. The ethanol is stored in a small tank and mixed with air to produce a vapour that burns with a blue flame like natural gas.

George said the system can be scaled up from a simple table top cooker to a “turbo” series of burners that could be used in a restaurant kitchen or a large industrial unit in a food processing plant.

George is still at the prototype stage and needs investment to get the biofuel burners safety certified and automated.

A tool-and-die maker by trade, he has been building and perfecting the biofuel cookers in the garage at his west London home since 2009.

George has been using it to cook food in his home for the last three years. He has established a company called GF Micro Group to develop and market the technology.  READ MORE

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