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Biomass Power Plant Boiler Uganda

Biomass power plant boiler in Uganda is a typical circulating fluidized bed boiler which adopts advanced circulating fluidized bed combustion technology. Biomass power plant boiler is becoming more and more popular recent years with the development of the economy, and people have a higher and higher awareness to protect environment. ZG Boiler as the biomass power plant boiler in China, has devoted to designing and manufacturing products with high efficiency and the biomass power plant boiler in Uganda is popular.

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Biomass resources include agricultural residues; animal manure; wood wastes from forestry and industry; residues from food and paper industries; municipal green wastes; sewage sludge; dedicated energy crops such as short-rotation (3-15 years) coppice (eucalyptus, poplar, willow), grasses (Miscanthus), sugar crops (sugar cane, beet, sorghum), starch crops (corn, wheat) and oil crops (soy, sunflower, oilseed rape, iatropha, palm oil). Organic wastes and residues have been the major biomass sources so far, but energy crops are gaining importance and market share. With re-planting, biomass combustion is a carbon-neutral process as the CO2 emitted has previously been absorbed by the plants from the atmosphere. Residues, wastes, bagasse are primarily used for heat & power generation. Sugar, starch and oil crops are primarily used for fuel production.
Biomass combustion is a carbon-free process because the resulting CO2 was previously captured by the plants being combusted. At present, biomass co-firing in modern coal power plants with efficiency up to 45% is the most cost-effective biomass use for power generation. Due to feedstock availability issues, dedicated biomass plants for combined heat & power (CHP), are typically of smaller size and lower electrical efficiency compared to coal plants (30%-34% using dry biomass, and around 22% for municipal solid waste). In cogeneration mode the total efficiency may reach 85%-90%. Biomass integrated gasification in gas-turbine plants (BIG/GT) is not yet commercial, but integrated gasification combined cycles (IGCC) using black-liquor (a by-product from the pulp & paper industry) are already in use. Anaerobic digestion to produce biogas is expanding in small, off-grid applications. Bio-refineries may open the door to combined, cost-effective production of bio-chemicals, electricity and biofuels.

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