MICRO CHP PLANTS FOR THE LOCAL ENERGY PRODUCTION
Why our 40KWe downdraft gasification CHP islands are best in the renewable energy markets:
- We can use waste wood with higher moisture content up to 40% (Our plants do not need a dryers before gasification)
- Waste wood can be low-quality waste wood = lower fuel cost to produce electricity
- Our gas cleaning system is water based cleaning system = cleaner gas and lower OPEX costs when engine gets clean gas
- Our pricing is competitive with around three year payback time
- Delivery will be on the CHP island which is platform mounted plug&play solution
- Remote locations will get quickly required extra power capacity without expensive grid extensions.
- Reduces carbon footprint when waste wood can be used as valuable source
- We have got testing facilities available and we are happy to test any new kind of fuels.
Key specifications of our CHP island:
- Electrical output: 40KWe
- Thermal output: 110KWe
- Availability +8000h per annum
- Configuration: Platform mounted unit with modular walking floor fuel storage
- Plug and play solution
- Fuel: Waste wood chips G30-50 with max 60% moisture content
- We have got two refurbished plants available for immediately delivery, please do not hesitate to contact us for further information -
Brief History of Gasification technology:
The process of producing energy using the gasification method has been in use for more than 180 years.
In the early time coal and peat were used to power these plants. Initially developed to produce town gas for lighting and cooking in the 1800s, this was replaced by electricity and natural gas, it was also used in blast furnaces but the bigger role was played in the production of synthetic chemicals where it has been in use since the 1920s.
During both world wars, especially the World War II, the need for fuel produced by gasification reemerged due to the shortage of petroleum.Wood gas generators, called Gasogene or Gazogène, were used to power motor vehicles in Europe.
By 1945 there were trucks, buses and agricultural machines that were powered by gasification. It is estimated that there were close to 9,000,000 vehicles running on biomass based syngas all over the world.