Category: Heating

Biomass Boiler Response Gets ‘Gee-up’ From Steam Accumulation

Steam boilers are commonly used throughout industry. Operation of these boilers is energy intensive and can therefore represent a significant proportion of an organisation’s energy costs. According to the Carbon Trust, in the UK, boilers account for some 60% of carbon emissions from industrial operations and buildings. Being so energy intensive, steam boilers therefore offer…

Wood heating offers many regional benefits

The PromoBio project – Promotion of Regional Bioenergy Initiatives, co-funded by the Intelligent Energy for Europe Program, aims at providing concrete support to local companies and public bodies in establishing new business projects and support the development of regional policy framework related to bioenergy. A strong emphasis is on facilitating new heating plant investments based…

With the increasing insulation of domestic households and building requirements for energy efficiency in new buildings, the demand for high effect stoves has reduced. Wood burning stoves often deliver a high heating effect for but for a limited time, thereby creating temperature spikes in the surrounding space. A recent research conducted by Danish Technological Institute…

Promobio – Promotion to Regional Bioenergy Initiatives is a three year project started in 2011 and co-funded by the European Commission under the Intelligent Energy Europe programme. Five partner countries are involved (Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Austria, Finland) in three target regions: Warmia-and-Mazury and Mazowsze in Poland, Centru Region in Romania and Banská Bystrica Region in Slovakia.…

New Biomass Energy LLC announced its third transatlantic bulk shipment of torrefied wood pellets to Europe to be used as fuel in coal-fired power plants. The shipment consisted of over 4,000 tons of torrefied wood pellets produced at New Biomass Energy’s plant in Quitman, Mississippi. New Biomass Energy’s plant utilizes versatile equipment capable of producing a variety…