The All Energies project began seven years ago, when we embarked on our first woodgas (syngas) project, the Mazda truck that ran on gasified wood chunks. We spent thousands of hours on this project and learned a lot about wood gas and different types of gasifiers. We built two separate experimental cooling systems for the gasifier and drove over 90 miles on wood gas.
Don't think that we have abandoned syngas as a fuel for vehicles; I'm actually planning another experimental vehicle as a future project. Now that we are a little wiser on the subject, we have created complete, trailer-based systems that contain: a gasifier, a cooling/filtering system, a generator, and batteries for power storage -- all mounted to a small vehicle trailer. In addition to gasifcation, the trailer-based systems can contain a solar power array and even tilt-up wind turbines.
For now the generator is the main focus of our work with biofuels. The generator runs on the gasses produced in a greatly choked fire, the fuel is almost anything combustable peach pits, walnunt shells, manure, etc.. The flammable gasses are Hydrogen, Methane and Carbon Monoxide. To get a suitable amount of these gasses, it takes specific conditions in the combustion chamber. To learn more about woodgas specifically, check out the About Woodgas page in the section dedicated to my Woodgas Truck.