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Biomass Combustors

 

for Energy Production

Suitable for Biomass Power Plants, Biological Treatment Plants & Central Heating

 

 

Co-funded by the Hellenic State in the frame of a National Research & Development program

 

Biomass Combustor

Based on this technology and following modular configuration as a combination of CFBs and Stirling power generators, small scale and flexible industrial power units of 0.5 MWel (Green Energy) can be built and operate efficiently directly connected to the grid.

EREDI Research & Development SA is professionally active in research and innovations, targeting the development of commercial systems, utilising fluidised bed reactors as the fundamental technology towards energy production. Currently, a pilot biomass combustion plant has been developed for the production of thermal energy and electrical power. This system configuration is accomplished utilising a series of tailor made CFB (circulating fluidised beds) in order to couple with a cluster of Stirling electrical power generators specially designed for this purpose. Based on this technology and following modular configuration as combination of CFBs and Stirling power generators, small scale and flexible industrial power units of 0.5 MWel (Green Energy) can be build and operate efficiently directly connected to the grid.

Biomass Combustor

 

  

 

HEAT & ELECTRICITY

is what this biomass combustor can produce.

 

Here are some possible sources of biomass: 

  • Olive stone

    Olive stone is a sub-product of oil production in olive mills.
  • Cardoon (Cynara cardunculus)

    It is a fast-growing & perennial crop It does not need much amount of water It does not need agrochemicals It does not ruin the soil but it enriches it physically, chemically and biologically It has high energy balance Among all the other bio-energy crops, it is considered to produce the cheapest biofuel. Last but not least is the great contribution that the cultivation of cardoon has in the national agricultural economy.
  • Saudust of any type of wood

    Subject to replanting.
  • Sewage sludge

    A common problem nowadays that many cities have to face is how they can get rid of the sewage sludge that is concentrated in the biological treatment plants. One solution is to burn it and produce electricity. Another solution is to just dry it in order to use it as fertilizer, or place it in a landfill site having succeeded to avoid the pollution of the groundwater. The drying procedure can be easily done at low cost using the heat that is generated during the production of electricity.
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Burning biomass to produce electricity is considered to be GREEN ENERGY.

The amount of CO2 that is emitted during the combustion is the same as
the amount of CO2 that is absorbed by the plant/tree during its lifetime photosynthesis.
So, there is no net change in atmospheric CO2.
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