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Biomass power plants


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  • BWSC Straws-for-the-power-plant 660X200
Biomass power plants produce baseload CO2 neutral power utilizing agricultural or forest waste that typically is locally sourced, creating local jobs.

BWSC provides 3 main services to the biomass market:
 
BWSC biomass power plants, in the range of 15-70 MWe, are typically based on wood or straw fuel and can be configured for combined heat and power (CHP).

Further to this BWSC can supply biomass boilers.

Biomass reference list:

Kent, UK 27.8 MW primarily wood-fired biomass power plant Under construction  
Cramlington, UK 27.8 MW primarily wood fired biomass power plant Under construction first steam
Tilbury, UK 40 MW waste-wood fired power plant Under construction  
Widnes, UK 20.2 MW biomass combined heat and power plant and a virgin wood processing facility Under construction  
Snetterton, UK 44.2 MW straw-fired power plant Completed in September 2017 view video
Brigg, UK 40 MW straw-fired power plant In operation since January 2016  
Lisahally/Evermore, Northern Ireland 15.8 MW fuelled by recycled wood  In operation since September 2015 view video 
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Sleaford, UK 38.5 MW straw-fired combined heat and power (CHP) plant In operation since September 2014 brochure 
Western Wood, Wales  14.3 MW wood-fired biomass power plant In operation since end 2008 brochure 

The International Finance Corporation (IFC) has released a guide as a practical tool for developers of and investors in biomass-to-energy projects that can be viewed here: IFC Biomass to Energy Guide

 
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