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Implementation of a Biomass CHP System at a US Federal Hospital in Battle Creek, Michigan

Speakers Phil Beaty, Nexterra Systems Joe Witchger, HGA Architects #CampusEnergyConference #2014 #ConferenceProceeding #CHP #HGAArchitectsandEngineers #Biomass #Michigan #BattleCreek #Gasification

1B.3_Beaty_ Witchger.pdf


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SRIC Willow crops: an alternative to biosolids disposal while generating woody biomass

Summary The use of biomass district heating is not a new concept. Several districts are using biomass as their primary or secondary energy source. Energy pricing, jurisdiction as well as biomass availability, quality, and distance have a direct impact on the feasibility and profitability of any...

2A.1_Poirer, Laverly.pdf


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From Demonstration to Baseload - UBC's experience with Biomass Cogeneration

Summary How does a risk adverse utility come to adopt leading edge clean energy technology? How do you combine research and operational objectives? What metrics define success and how has UBC optimized this renewable energy demonstration to provide firm, reliable heat and power. This...

3B.2_Giffin, Torcov.pdf


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Arensis Off-Grid Power System Delivered to Victims of Hurricane Maria Lacking Electricity in Remote Areas of Puerto Rico

Press Release, Business Wire Biomass Conversion System and Engineering Staff Provided by Arensis to Turn Fallen Trees and Hurricane Debris into Distributed Energy Until Power is Restored to the Community LOS ANGELES--( BUSINESS WIRE )--Arensis, an international provider of distributed...


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Techno-Economic Feasibility of Biomass Fueled District Heating Systems in Belgium

Speakers Ouafik El Kasmioui, University of Antwerp #AnnualConference #ConferenceProceeding #2014 #Sustainability #RenewableEnergy #UniversityofAntwerp #Belgium #Biomass

3B.4_El Kasmioui.pdf


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Path to Innovative & Successful Low-carbon DES Solutions

Speakers Vladimir Mikler, Integral Group #AnnualConference #ConferenceProceeding #2014 #Sustainability #RenewableEnergy #IntegralGroup #ProjectPlanning #Vancouver #BritishColumbia #Canada #Fuels #Biomass

2C.2_Mikler.pdf


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University of Iowa Uses Home Grown Fuel

Summary The University of Iowa has partnered with Iowa State University to plant test crops of the perennial grass Miscanthus X Giganteus to be used as fuel for UI Power Plant boilers. The renewable fuel will be grown locally and will reduce the UI’s dependence coal. The crop also requires...

1C.2_Fish.pdf

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Biomass Hot Water District Heating for Small Communities without Natural Gas: the Grand Marais Story

Summary The City of Grand Marais is at an advanced stage in developing a hot water district heating system fueled with abundant local waste biomass. Key motivations include stabilization and reduction of long-term energy costs for propane and fuel oil, mitigating wildfire danger, creation of...

1C.3_Spurr.pdf

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CHP included in UK government funding announcement

Diarmaid Williams, Decentralized Energy Summary The UK’s energy minister Richard Harrington has confirmed that up to £557m will be made available for electricity projects in a Contracts for Difference (CfD) auction in Spring 2019, with combined heat and power set to benefit. “We’ve shown...


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Biomass plant to cut SFU's greenhouse gasses by two-thirds

Simon Fraser University, Canadian Biomass Summary Simon Fraser University (SFU) and SFU Community Trust are collaborating with Corix Multi-Utility Services Inc., on a $33-million community-based biomass project called the Burnaby Mountain District Energy Utility (BMDEU). The project,...