Biomass energy characteristics

Biomass refers to various organisms formed by photosynthesis, including all animals and plants and microorganisms. These organisms are formed directly or indirectly through the photosynthesis of green plants and are converted into conventional solid, liquid and gaseous fuels in green plants. Biomass energy is inexhaustible and inexhaustible. It is a renewable new energy source. Driven by the booming new energy market, biomass energy utilization has received extensive attention, demonstrating enormous resource potential, but biomass power generation still faces many problems. Luoyang Building Material and Architectural Design and Research Institute has faced difficulties and thoroughly studied the problems of the recovery and utilization of biomass energy. The biomass gasification power generation units developed can efficiently utilize biomass energy for gasification and power generation. The biomass gasification power generation device adopts modular design, is convenient for transportation and installation, compact in structure, safe and reliable, stable in operation and strong in adaptability, and opens up a new way to reduce the pollution caused by energy consumption to the environment.

Biomass energy has the following characteristics:
Biomass is a renewable energy source that is formed by photosynthesis of plants. Biomass energy can guarantee the sustainable use of energy, which is equivalent to wind energy and solar energy;
2. Low pollution
The amount of SO and NO produced by biomass in the combustion process is less, because the sulfur content and nitrogen content are low, so the net carbon dioxide emission to the atmosphere is close to zero, which can effectively reduce the greenhouse effect;
3. Wide distribution
Biomass energy is distributed in every corner of the earth, and areas with biological growth such as leaves and plant stems, especially in areas lacking coal, are an ideal energy supplement;
4. Rich resources
The total amount of biomass fuel is very rich, second only to coal, oil and natural gas. Biomass is the fourth largest energy source in the world. The annual production of biomass energy is equivalent to 10 times the current total energy consumption in the world, far exceeding the total energy demand in the world. Biologists estimate that the ocean produces about 50 billion tons of biomass per year in the ocean; the land produces two to three times as much biomass as the ocean every year; and with the development of agroforestry, especially the promotion of charcoal forests, there will be more and more material resources. By 2020, China’s biomass resources that can be developed into energy are expected to reach 800 million tons.

In the face of such a huge biomass resource, how to develop and utilize it effectively? uoyang Building Material and Architectural Design and Research Institute will give you the most economical and reasonable solution according to the needs of customers. You are welcome to come to our institute for exchange and discussion.