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Biomass energy uses organic to produce power, such as general waste, agricultural waste, and industrial waste, they all can be used as raw materials for power plants to generate electricity in principle.
Refers to those using combustible waste as fuel, and to meet the quality standards for solid renewable fuel after sorting.
Refers to the use of physical or thermochemical methods to convert local waste, general industrial waste, and agricultural waste into fuels with uniform properties through crushing, sorting, drying, cracking, gasification, and homogenization.
According to different waste treatment procedures, it is divided into 7 types and levels (RDF-1~7). The higher the level of fuel, the higher the efficiency of energy utilization.
JSIC has the technology that converts carbon-containing raw materials into carbon monoxide, hydrogen and methane, when fuels reacts with oxygen and water under the condition of high temperature over 1,100°C and limited oxygen supply.
Since most electricity production does not convert all the heat into electricity, and more than half of the heat will be waste and be emitted to the natural environment through cooling towers or flue gas.
With the concept of cascade utilization of energy, systematizing power generation, cooling, and heating, waste heat with higher temperature for power generation, and waste heat with lower temperature for heating or cooling.
The noise generated by the operation of the power plant is lower than the noise control standard of the Environmental Protection Agency of the Executive Yuan; the amount of dioxin produced is far below the control standard of the Environmental Protection Agency of the Executive Yuan.
When the concentration reaches ph4.6, the output product will be the elementary industrial wood vinegar which meets the TCLP heavy metal detection. Another output product during the gasification process is the alkaline ash, and it is an excellent base soil conditioner.
In 2022, the bulk purchase rate for power generation from industrial waste was 3.9482 NTD/kWh, and the bulk purchase rate for power generation from agricultural waste was 5.1407 NTD/kWh.
The by-products from gasification are mainly biochar and industrial acetic acid (wood vinegar).
In agriculture, wood vinegar has the functions of sterilizing, controlling insects, resisting diseases, beneficial microorganisms in water and soil, and promoting the growth of crops.
Biochar has been widely used in plastics, ink coatings, conductive and rubber industries.