A biomass fired power station typically utilises readily available renewable and sustainable organic materials to fulfil fuel, steam and power requirements on-site.
A biomass fired power station is designed to fulfil fuel, steam and power requirements and offers the following key benefits:
Biomass fuel can be obtained from existing run-of-plant dumps
Specified boiler can accommodate a wide range of biomass fuels
Flexibility of Turbo-Generator designs allow for steam/heat supply in conjunction with electrical power, with desirable control
Biomass power is carbon neutral electricity generated from renewable organic waste that would otherwise be dumped in landfills, openly burned, or left as fodder for forest fires.
Fuel sources are varied and can include:
Certain crops or discard coaled crop by-products
Scrap lumber and other wood debris and by-products
Manure and some kinds of organic waste residues
With a constant supply of waste, from construction and demolition activities to wood not used in the manufacture of paper, biomass power stations have a very long, possibly even indefinite form of thermal power & electricity generation.
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