Tuesday, May 01, 2012

Modern CHP Bioenergy

Modern bioenergy is a young industry. Therfore, technical development is rapid, with many new innovations. This session focuses on technical development in the whole bioenergy chain, from harvesting of forest residues to combustion technologies and co-firing. Optimal use of biomass through district heating or cooling - small scale and large scale - and CHP technology for electricity production.

TUESDAY 29 MAY, 11.30 - 13.15

Co-firing CHP and district heating

The most efficient use of biomass is in district heating, in combined heat and power stations. With co-firing in existing coal plants carbon emissions can be reduced drastically. Which are the most efficient technologies?
Chairperson: Heinz Kopetz, World Bioenergy Association, Austria

Learn more about CHP bioenergy plants at World Bioenergy Conference in Jonkoping, Sweden
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