biomass a valuable fuel

Upcycle your biomass

Biomass waste is a valuable fuel which can be efficiently utilized.
Introduction

An age-old fuel put to new use

Providing a future-proof source of electricity and contributing to lower CO₂ emissions, power produced from biomass is increasingly economically viable. The interests of operators and investors, on the one hand, and those of utilities and grids, on the other, are becoming more closely aligned. This is because ensuring a stable power supply as well as the financial success of the power plant are common goals.

Siemens Energy to electrify first-of-its-kind biorefinery in Germany

The biorefinery will be the first industrial-scale facility of its type ever built. It will apply novel process innovations to sustainably convert 100 percent wood into bio-based mono-ethylene glycol (MEG), mono-propylene glycol (MPG) as well as renewable functional fillers (RFF). 

 

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Biomass plant automation

The reliability and predictability of bioenergy operations greatly depend on the control room operator’s ability to take the right action at the right time. 

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Partnering with an experienced equipment manufacturer is an important step toward commissioning a new biomass plant.

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Biomass - a valuable fuel

Typical biomass fuels are derived from a wide variety of materials often only seen as waste. Browse through our news and learn more about our projects and experiences.
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Biomass can be considered as a waste or an energy source. We think it has a lot of potential. Using this renewable energy source can result in efficient power and heat. In our quarterly newsletter "Upcycle your biomass" we share our experiences.