Distributed biomass CHP (Combined Heat and Power) system
Biomass is the energy resource which is currently largely underestimated and unused. The main disadvantage of biomass is its weight, which makes its portability less. However, unlike current centralized large scale biomass CHP systems, our one of the world's first small to medium scaled biomass CHP systems can be installed distributed throughout the region. This reduces the difficulty of transport, hence its costs. And when connected to the commercial power system, biomass-rich countryside can be reborn as the energy-rich location.
I. Using Stirling engines
Stirling engine is an external combustion engine, unlike gasoline and diesel engines of internal combustion, and is not affected by the quality of fuel and fuel gas. This makes the system very simple and maintenance costs less.
1kW - 50kW
(for home and office uses)
Power: 1kW (Rated 800W)
Heat: 17.4kW (15,000kcal/h)
External dimension (m): 9W x 7D x 2.3H
II. Using Steam Turbines
By using Steam Turbines more power and heat can be generated with less price. The system can generate electricity and heat with any biomass available in the region and be used as supporting facilities for large regional biomass or solar power plants. It is also effective for pellets factories to reduce the production costs.
Power generation end output: approx. 400kW
System end output: approx. 300kW
Biomass fuel: 0.95t/h (7,500t/year, 24h per day, 330days per year)
Heat: 3,580kcal/kg (Water content: 20%)