Biomass Heating Plants: Heat That Grows on Trees
Environmentally Friendly and Economical
Access to local sources of timber ensures that the economic benefits of using this resource remain in-country, reduces the distance that raw materials have to be transported, and removes the reliance on fossil fuels (oil, gas). Pellets and other wood-based fuels are also increasingly popular because of their low cost. Whereas gas costs around eight cents per kWh, the price for pellets (5 cents), wood (4.5 cents) and woodchips (3.8 cents) is significantly lower.
A Holistic Perspective
Depending on the exact requirements of a particular project, we can build biomass power plants with an output ranging from 65 kW to 10,000 kW for a variety of purposes: from apartment buildings to municipal heating networks. We pay particular attention to the vertical integration of plants into the overall value creation chain, and offer holistic solutions covering everything from the use of the most efficient technology available and the choice of raw materials through to an optimal management of interfaces with existing systems.