From biomass to low cost industrial gas or power
SDG’s of application
The Solar Impulse Efficient Solution label seeks to bridge the gap between ecology and economy, bringing together protection of the environment and financial viability to show that these solutions are not expensive fixes to problems, but rather opportunities for clean economic growth.
Offers from Meva Energy
Combined heat and power with low air pollution
Decentralized CHP that through gasification use local residues with high efficiency and low pollution
A topical challenges is air pollution. The main source is of course fossil combustion. Unfortunately, even bioenergy, such as solid fuel fired boilers, contributes to dust/particles which create a health problem. Here Meva Energy's gasification units could supply a combined heat and power solution with very low dust/particle levels (the threshold within EU for combustion of solid biomass is 50mg/NM3 and combustion of Meva Energy's syngas only results in 0,3-0,4mg/NM3) One modulized prefabricated Meva Energy gasification unit produce 1,2MW electricity and 2,4MW heat. The patented entrained flow gasification technology ensures the utilization of a variety of feedstock, including fine fraction biomass, such as sawdust, bark, woodfiber, rice husks etc. This enables a cost-efficient circular energy system facilitating industrial symbiosis where one, or several, local companies have an excess of biomass that can be utilized by the neighboring CHP taker.
Renewable gas for industrial burners
Produce renewable gas at your manufacturing site, using low cost local residues, to replace fossil gas.
One of the major unsolved obstacles in making industrial processes fossil free is high quality process heat. To dry tissue papper, firing ceramics, produce glass, hardening powder coating, heat treat metals, melt aluminium, dry grains, roast coffee etc. fossil gases such as propane (LPG), natural gas (NG/LNG) etc., has been the only cost-efficient and reliable option. Meva Energy's gasification technology enables to produce renewable gas, at site, from a variety of local residues, including fine fraction biomass such as sawdust and woodfiber, that fulfills the requirements on process heat, such as low particles, stable heating value, no odor etc. This with a lower price than fossil alternatives and without the associated price fluctuations.