3 new publications present research results on bioenergy

The following text is a message from the BMU funding program "Energetic use of biomass“From June 7.11.2012nd, XNUMX.

At the conference "Energetic Use of Biomass - New Technologies & Concepts for the Bioenergy of the Future" (Download the lectures), which took place in Berlin on November 05 and 06, 2012, three new publications from the series of the BMU funding program were presented.

The consequent increase in energy efficiency and the expansion of renewable energies are the defining topic of the energy transition. It is the stated goal of politics to generate more electricity in line with demand and to offer system services for network and supply security. This is exactly what can be achieved by an intelligent Use of bioenergy are provided. Therefore, concepts and procedures such as those developed in the BMU funding program "Energetic Use of Biomass" are of central importance for the optimization and expansion of a sustainable energy supply from biomass. Three new publications in the series of publications of the BMU funding program present innovative approaches for the recycling of biogenic residues and show ways of reducing emissions through optimized processes. Another focus is on knowledge transfer and network building, through which the energetic use of biomass should also be made known and established in Eastern Europe:

Innovative concepts for the energetic use of biogenic residues

Series 05

In addition to future challenges for the contribution of biomass to the energy transition, this first result volume of the funding program focuses on concrete practical examples of implementation. Due to their ecological advantages and their great regional value creation potential, biogenic waste and residues receive special attention in all contributions. By systematically and efficiently making available residues available and their wide range of uses (variety of technologies), considerable amounts of bioenergy can be tapped. Taking into account a sustainable raw material supply in Germany, the anthology offers contributions on the straw potential and the feasibility of a straw incineration plant. Basic information on the production and use of biofuels as well as the associated acceptance issues are presented. In addition, the thematic range spans from the development of concepts for emission-reducing small combustion plants or decentralized micro-biogas networks to the conception of decentralized electricity and heat generation in stationary fluidized bed gasification. Furthermore, the technical and economic feasibility of an innovative wood gasification plant with combined heat and power and after-heat supply for a rural area could be demonstrated in principle.

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Building bridges to Eastern Europe - biomass potential and utilization options in Russia, Belarus and Ukraine

Series 06

Eastern Europe offers extensive and as yet untapped biomass potential. However, this potential can play a significant role in the future. Also the possibility To produce biomethane and to be exported to Western Europe as a natural gas substitute via the existing infrastructure is examined in this anthology. Four projects in the BMU funding program present the results of their networking activities and can look back on fruitful collaborations in Russia, Belarus and Ukraine. As a result, for example, the scientific network SOJUS bioenergy to be launched. 1. Transfer of knowledge on the construction and operation of plants for the use of biogenic residues in Kazan (Tatarstan / Russia) 2. Establishment of bioenergy networks in the Russian regions of Kaluga, Orel, Nishni Novgorod and the Republic of Tatarstan 3. Design of a sustainable European biomethane strategy 4. Establishment of the SOJUS bioenergy network.

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Methods for determining analytical and process-describing parameters in the biogas sector

Series 07

Are currently in Germany over 7.000 biogas plants in operation. Despite this remarkable dimension, it can be seen that analytics and scientific methods are increasingly differentiating in many areas with the new requirements resulting from the very special properties of the substrates and the technical implementation of the processes in the biogas sector. The result is that a variety of methods are used, which often make a meaningful comparison of research results impossible. Relevant methods were compiled in an overview in the present collection of biogas measurement methods, which resulted from a joint dialogue between the funding program participants. For the first time, it offers the opportunity to map the methods used and to make comparisons regarding their suitability for special applications within the biogas sector. With the continuation of the funding program, new methodological approaches will be added that will further develop the measurement method collection.

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Volumes 5, 6 and 7 of the series can be ordered from the Energy Biomass Utilization Funding Program.

The contact persons of the DBFZ are:

Diana Pfeiffer - Project coordinator Torgauer Straße 116, 04347 Leipzig Telephone: +49 341 2434-554 E-Mail: diana.pfeiffer@dbfz.de

Angela Groeber - Public Relations / Publications Phone: +49 341 2434-457 Email: angela.groeber@dbfz.de

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