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GEK User Pages and Run Reports

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GEKs Around the World


Welcome to the GEK User pages.  Here you'll find customer profiles, photos, videos and run reports from all corners of the globe. Check out the map of GEKs around the world.

The installations range from R&D test beds to regular use installations for electricity generation, heating and shaft power.  Reports range from hand waving to hard science and most everything in between.  Enjoy the show, and feel free to add a bit of your own.  This is a wiki page so you are welcome to edit or add as you like. (More photos of user rigs are in the User Gallery in the GEK Forum.

 

GEKs for Education

   Over 40 University research and education groups are using the GEK Gasifier in their courses and conducting high level research Their research and publications go on to further our knowledge base about the science of gasification while educating the next generation of gasification experts. 

   From highschool students to PhD students, we've supported professors to develop a variety of courses and programs, design class projects and in depth research, and collaborated in submitting grants for funding.

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GEKs for DIY Projects, Experimenters, and Inventors

From backyard tinkering to larger development and integration, the scope of projects with the GEK as a modular platform is quite large. With some elbow grease and intuition of mechanical and electrical systems, GEK customers have impressed us with everything from wood gas vehicle conversions, mobile platforms, automation and control, CHP and heating systems, reactor modifications, or even fuel cells and gas-to-liquids experiments,, And more!

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GEKs for Sustainable Homesteads and Communities

A host of GEKs get sent to the corners of the world to service self-reliant folks and communities with efficient heat and electrical production from local waste feed stocks. The automated PowerPallet will host off-grid electrical right out of the box, while our grid-tie systems will be coming out soon. Withsome knowledge about electrical systems, those who already have a generator are up and running with the GEK TOTTI kits. 

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GEKs for Companies Small and Large

GEKs go to work for many different types of companies. Jobs for the GEK include making use of waste feed stocks on the farm (agricultural residue), wood working operations (saw mills, wood shop lathings, slash), green advocacy groups and programs (demos and education), zoos and animal husbandry (animal waste combined with bedding material), research companies (providing wood gas or development platform), energy consulting companies (demos, pilot plants, development), etc.

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The APL Network and Other Biomass Projects

The community branches out farther than just the GEK systems. Other projects include the Biochar Experimenters Kit (BEK), the 100kW Powertainer, full automation and control with the Process Control Board (PCU). We've supported collaborators and independents in system design and integration, experimental reactor designs, energy consulting and market implementation strategy. 

A network of trained GEK and gasifiation systems experts host workshops, training sessions, and provide on site support around the world to provide resources for new projects. 

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And even more GEKs:

 

Dave Conway's DIY GEK - Canada

07ADuncan  University Of West Virginia

 

Analysis of GEK wood gas with GC at Mississippi State University


Rogue Community College:

Grants Pass, OR

 

 

Larson runs small engines with the GEK

 

Big Island Growers: PCU runs Biochar production in Hawaii

 

 

Gerd: GEK Fabrication from solar energy, California

 

Holger hosts Gasification Workshop in Germany

 

Adam Asquith: University of Hawaii

 

Chena Hot Springs: Alaska

 

 

GEK in the curriculum at

Laguna Creek High School

 

 

Louis-Martin Dion at McGill University Montreal, QC, Canada


GEK Runs with tropical biomass at the Philippines Gasification Workshop

 

Bilder's GenGas Blog

 

Thermya: France

 

 

 

John Kinstler's GEK:

Art School of Chicago

 

 

Denver Zoo: Denver, Colorado

 

GEK workshop in Michigan

 

Charlie Sellers: Berkeley, CA 

 

Gabe and Nathan:

GEK fabrication, Colorado


 

Yoav with EcoPower Africa

 

BioSpeks Rikanda Sia, Latvia

 

Terry's Riding Lawnmower: Michigan 

 

Kauai Agricultural

Research Station, Hawaii

 

Kenny in Nevada

 

Ethan's GEK fabrication and research project at Appalachian State Univ.

 

Troutner Pyrolysis Experiment 

 

 

Gerardo Diaz:

Research at UC Merced 

 

GEK Fabrication in Alabama

 

 

Marcus Bryner: Grants Pass, Oregon

 

Walt and Opalyn at windward.org: Columbia Gorge, Oregon

 

Guy Robinson and Don Larsen: Minnesota

 

 

Rex in South Africa

 

University of Minnesota, Morris

Biomass Gasification Project 

 

Renewable Energy Research, USDA

 

Luc Gosselin

BC, Canada

 

Grant Shotwell

Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania

running a 4cyl Continental genset

 

Brian Gautreau

Colorado Springs, Colorado

 

One World Eco-farm
Tallamanca, Costa Rica


Ken Boak at PowerCubes, UK

Ken's GEK report page on this wiki

 

Jay Martin

Spring Mills, Pennsylvania

 

 

Steve Adler's Poultry Farm

Rhode Island

 

 

Jofran Oliveria

Universidade Federal de Vi├žosa, Brazil

 

George Markt&Russ Lanchance, PhD

West Point, NY thermal imaging camera

 

Bruce Chovnick's Trailer mounted GEK using horse bedding/manure. Morriston, Florida

 

Grant Miller

The Village at Sewanee Creek

 

Frank Mannix: GEK powered VW Thing;

Colorado

Dave's DIY PowerPallet

 

Eric Bauer

near Lambeau Field

Maggiolini's DIY GEK

 

DIY GEK by Chandra in

Indonesia 

Chris's Automatic Feed Hopper addition

Utah state University
Bill Basic GEK
Bill's GEK Tractor project, from Florida.
   
 

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FlickrGEK Group Photos:

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YouGEK Group Videos

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Some highlights

 

 

Main Photo Gallery on GEK info site

 

  

 

 

 

For more information, see main GEK site.

 

 

 

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