Biomass for Power Generation and CHP *

@inproceedings{2007BiomassFP,
  title={Biomass for Power Generation and CHP *},
  author={},
  year={2007}
}
  • Published 2007
PROCESSES – Biomass combustion is a carbon-free process because the resulting CO2 was previously captured by the plants being combusted. At present, biomass co-firing in modern coal power plants with efficiencies up to 45% is the most cost-effective biomass use for power generation. Due to feedstock availability issues, dedicated biomass plants for combined heat & power (CHP), are typically of smaller size and lower electrical efficiency compared to coal plants (30%-34% using dry biomass, and… CONTINUE READING

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