Biomass is simply organic matter. In others words, it is dead material that was once living. Kernels of corn, mats of algae, and stalks of sugar cane are all biomass. Before global warming related to burning fossil fuels became a major factor in determining where energy came from, the major concern was that fossil fuels, which are considered limited in supply, would run out over the next century. It was thought that if we could produce hydrocarbons another way, and quickly, then we could meet our energy demands without much problem. This leads to one of the major separating factors between a biofuel and a fossil fuel - renewability.
A good 'renewable' fuel source.
Biofuels are manufactured from biomass to burn more efficiently. The process of turning biomass into biofuel involves the removal of moisture, by artificially drying the biomass.
Then chipping or pelletising the material makes it easier for combustion.
Additional biofuel benefits
The Suxé Energy Centre converts biomass such as bamboo into biofuel as part of the process. Excess biofuel can be sold to the market in general as cooking fuel.
As part of the process of turning the biomass into a biofuel, large quantities of water are released, which can be bottled and sold to enhance profitability of the Power Station.
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providing Ultra Flexibility, Increased Power Generation and Top quality design
Suxé's Energy Centre is purpose designed to receive any input fuel source from coals, biomass, biofuels, waste derived fuels even oil and gas.
The Suxé Energy Centre is designed to operate in a community setting, providing electricity, whilst at the same time supporting development within the local community.
Coal & Anthracite is readily available in many areas of Africa and Suxé have over 50 years experience of burning Coal & Anthracite.
The modern computer based design of the Suxé Energy Centre means that it requires unskilled personnel to operate the power station.
As Suxé technology requires no water for steam production, Suxé Energy Centres can be located in areas where there is no water, such as deserts. No other power station offers this flexibility.