A Biomass Gasification Power Plant is an advanced energy facility that converts biomass materials, such as wood chips, agricultural residues, or organic waste, into a clean and renewable synthetic gas called syngas. This syngas can then be used to generate electricity through combustion or in a gas turbine. Biomass gasification is an environmentally friendly process, as it reduces greenhouse gas emissions and effectively utilizes organic waste materials. These power plants contribute to sustainable energy production by harnessing the energy potential of biomass while minimizing environmental impacts, making them an important component of the transition to cleaner and more renewable energy sources.
|Specification||Unit||Generating Power Series Parameter|
|Running power Consumption||kW||–||–||118|
|Gemerator Set||–||Internal Combustion||Internal Combustion||Internal Combustion|
|Fuel Size||Mm||10- 15|
|Gas Composition||The main combustible components are CO, CH3, H2, and CmHn gaseous hydrocarbons.|
|Fuel Moisture||%||10- 15|
|Fuel Gas Wate Heat||Kcal/h||220,000||300,000||550,000|