The new definition of coal-fired power plant
The excess energy produced by the carbonization of the biomass can be used in various ways
In addition, there are some advantages compared to other renewable energies
24/7 continuous energy production
Independence from wind, solar and water powerNo drastic changes in the landscape or large area consumption
Variability in input and output
Low economic risk due to multiple uses of the facilities
Low investment and operating costs
Excellent carbon footprint over the entire life cycle (the system consists of> 99% steel)
Operating time 99 years +
No environmentally and economically critical production, materials and disposal
For example, a biomass cogeneration plant with a capacity of 5 MW and costs of € 15 million can be replaced by our adequate plant for around € 8 million. The advantage is that our plant can process different biomasses and thus always operates economically. In the case of dismantling, the modules are simply used for other applications.
There are different forms of energy use available:
Cost-effective steam supply via the utilization of the synthesis gas in a steam boiler.
Reduction of the primary energy factor by using the synthesis gas for the district heating supply.
Renewable electricity through the use of virtually dust-free synthesis gas in conventional ORC / gas or steam turbines.
Integration in biomass systems
The use of synthesis gas in existing biomass boilers is their ideal complement with high synergies (including reduction of fuel and labor costs, expansion of the usable biomass spectrum).
Use of biochar as fuel
Easier, more compact and less investment than traditional biomass plants.