Energy from Biomass
ENERGY FROM BIOMASS FIRED POWER PLANTS AND CO-GENERATION SYSTEM: In the preparation and processing of natural products such as in the textile-, paper-, food and wood and furniture industries, waste accumulates. These wastes have comparatively high heating value and by using an advanced firing technology they can substitute fossil fuels. In the case of regenerative energy sources such as reeds, grass, fast growing trees and bushes biomass can be used as a fuel. The German company which is offering the technology is a market leading manufacturer with worldwide experience in individual design and construction of more than one hundred steam and heating generators using biomass as fuel. The company has set up plants up to 20 MW thermal outputs. It has an engineering office in Singapore. The company provides the following technologies: Biomass fired boilers (shell and water tube boilers, heat transfer equipment); Combustion systems (multiphase: drying, degasification, ignition, and burnout); Firing systems (optional): underfeed stoker firing up to 5 MW; grate firing with outputs of over 70 t/h; cyclone firing combustion chambers; auxiliary firing in the case of intermittent supplies of biomass or waste; Co-generation system to generate electricity; Filter technologies to separate dust in flue gas. The technology supplier is interested in a strong co-operation with manufacturers of boilers, biomass to energy and co-generation plants, industrial heating systems. The companies should have very good market accessibility (local and preferably other Asian countries) and a technical service organization. CONTACT DETAILS: Mr. Peter Seroka, PGS Peter G Seroka & Partners. Sandweg 53, D-60316 Frankfurt, Germany. Phone: (49-69) 495 151; Fax: (49-69) 497 0942; E-mail: [email protected]
Sector: Energy
Country: India
Area of Application: Energy generation, biomass utilisation
Keywords: energy, biomass, plants, waste
Advantages: Highly economical source of energy, energy from waste/biomass: various agricultural wastes and industrial wastes (biogases, bark, cotton seeds, peanut shells, flax waste, cocoa bean shells, coconut shells, corn cobs, rice husk, coffee bean shells, sunflower husk, palm fibers, sawdust, paper wastes, palm oil leftovers) can be used as raw materials; Innovative technologies; Excellent design; Long lasting efficiency; Safety guarantee; Allows complete customized plants.
Environmental aspects: Waste utilization, Energy efficiency
Development Status: Fully Commercialized
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Technical specifications: basic investment from appr. US$ 1 million to US$ 2 million
Transfer Terms: Consultancy , Joint Venture , Technology Licensing
Target Countries: Fiji, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Maldives, Micronesia Federated States Of, Mongolia, India, Indonesia, Islamic Republic of Iran, Japan, Kazakhstan, Korea, Democratic People's Republic Of, Kyrgyzstan, Lao People's Democratic Republic
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Contact Person: APCTT (UNESCAP)
Address: Asian and Pacific Centre for Transfer of Technology (APCTT) C-2, Qutab Institutional Area
City: New Delhi
Country: India
Zip/Pin Code: 110016

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