Biomass comes in all three forms: solid, liquid and gas. It is the biodegradable part of products, refuse and residue from agriculture, including plant and animal substances from forestry, but also all that is biodegradable from industrial and urban refuse.
Biomass can be used for heating, as fuel for vehicles (biodiesel or bioethanol) or in producing electrical current (with biogas). The greatest advantage comes from biomass being an accumulated energy that can be stored.
For the commercial sector, biomass as an energy source has a series of advantages:
- reducing energy costs;
- a shield against energy price fluctuation;
- an increase in marginal profit;
- benefits outweighing the costs;
- reducing the cost of storing waste;
- protecting the environment by not polluting it.
Choosing us as your partners for biomass related projects, we can offer:
- a free location analysis, report and project proposal;
- a professional process of developing and executing biomass systems;
- help you find financing solutions with fast amortization;
- operations and maintenance for the enitre period in which the systems function.