It has long been understood that commercially available, large-scale gasifiers are an imperfect fit for biomass conversion. In the past, fuel sourcing, preparation, and feed problems – combined with unique ash properties and tar production – made it very challenging to reliably operate a large gasifier on renewable sources. Is this still true today?
Researchers at the Energy & Environmental Research Center are not convinced, and they are gathering the data to make their case.
… Full text: biomassmagazine.com/articles/9233/meeting-the-multiple-source-feedstock-challenge
Tags: liquid fuels, energy security, competitive fuel costs, increased efficiency, environmental sustainability, TRIG, wood, corn stover, switchgrass
Biomass Magazine, 2013-07-22.
Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology
Energy & Environmental Research Center
US Department of Energy (DoE)
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