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The Electrolytic-Cation Exchange Module (E-CEM), developed at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL), provides the Navy the capability to produce the raw materials necessary to develop synthetic fuel stock for production of LNG, CNG, F-76, and JP-5, at sea, or in remote locations. This allows the Navy to reduce the logistics tail on fuel delivery with the potential to increase the Navy's energy security and independence and have minimal impact on the environment. The second-generation, ‘large-scale’ E-CEM research prototype, at NRL's Marine Corrosion Facility, Key West, Fla., results in a 33

The Electrolytic-Cation Exchange Module (E-CEM), developed at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL), provides the Navy the capability to produce the raw materials necessary to develop synthetic fuel stock for production of LNG, CNG, F-76, and JP-5, at sea, or in remote locations. This allows the Navy to reduce the logistics tail on fuel delivery with the potential to increase the Navy's energy security and independence and have minimal impact on the environment. The second-generation, ‘large-scale’ E-CEM research prototype, at NRL's Marine Corrosion Facility, Key West, Fla., results in a 33 Stock Photo
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The Electrolytic-Cation Exchange Module (E-CEM), developed at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL), provides the Navy the capability to produce the raw materials necessary to develop synthetic fuel stock for production of LNG, CNG, F-76, and JP-5, at sea, or in remote locations. This allows the Navy to reduce the logistics tail on fuel delivery with the potential to increase the Navy's energy security and independence and have minimal impact on the environment. The second-generation, ‘large-scale’ E-CEM research prototype, at NRL's Marine Corrosion Facility, Key West, Fla., results in a 33 percent improvement in production and will demonstrate the next step towards integrating this technology into commercial systems.

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