Biomass combustion plants – a Claverton member is interested in finding sites / locations with large capacity connections to the local power network or National Grid

A member of the Claverton Group is interested in finding sites / locations with large capacity connections to the local power network or National Grid – typically these might be defunct industrial sites, or existing industrial sites with spare capacity in an industrial sort of location where planning permission for a biomass combustion plant  might be more readily obtained.
 
These are for biomass plants capacity 1 MW –  10 MW.

If you are aware of any please get in touch using the claverton contact form.
 
Kind Regards,
 
Dave Andrews

1 Comment

  1. Reply

    One problem of Biomass combustion is the perceived emission of noxious gasses, with the sort of reaction that is happening here:
    http://cardiffincinerator.blogspot.com/
    There is a perfectly good technology available, to prevent ANY gases except CO2 and sulphur, chlorine or nitrogen oxides from escaping from an incinerator. First one installs a Pebble Bed Destencher see http://www.grunweb.org.uk/page20.html to convert all chemicals to oxides by economic high temperature oxidation. Depending on the oxides formed one then scrubs out the oxides, which may have a commercial value, and uses the clean CO2 in a suitable conversion process to transport fuels
    Information on possible processes for this is also on the Grunweb site. Destencher first used on a California Sewage Sludge drying plant in 1938. Improvements on the technology shown are available, interested parties should contact me.

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