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Richard Furman - Consulting Engineer - New Energy Technologies
As a graduate student at MIT in Chemical Engineering from 1970 to 1972 I was a researcher for Prof. Howard and Hottel for their book New Energy Technology. My career has focused on moving new energy technologies from the research laboratory to commercial applications.
|Methanol Made from Natural Gas as Replacement for Gasoline||Jan 13, 2017|
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|Richard Furman created a Proposal Methanol Made from Natural Gas as Replacement for Gasoline||Jan 13, 2017|
|Richard Furman joined the Climate CoLab community||Jan 13, 2017|