Viet Nam eyes rice husks as source of clean energy

The ministry of Industry and Trade is working with the World Bank on an initiative to develop rice-husk biomass as a source of clean energy as part of efforts to fight climate change. The advantages and challenges in using rice husk came in for discussion at a seminar titled “Rice Husk Biomass: Turning Waste into
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Rice husks may fuel Mekong Delta

Mekong Delta can supply an estimated 4 million tonnes of rice husk as fuel for thermoelectric plants with a potential capacity of 500MW, according to the Mekong Delta Development Research Institute. The institute’s recent survey at 108 rice mills in Can Tho City, An Giang, Kien Giang, Hau Giang and Soc Trang provinces found only
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Rice husk powers into energy consciousness

Power hungry Vietnam will turn to rice husk in a big way as it seeks renewable energy sources to support its economic development. A plan to develop a rice husk biomass plant in Can Tho City was proposed by a consortium of Japanese and Vietnamese firms in September. The consortium is waiting for a license
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Wood pellets introduction

1.Introduction: Wood pellets are compressed wood particles that are used as fuel. Pellets are already commonly used in some areas of the country, and in other areas they are growing in popularity as primary fuel costs increase and concerns about global climate change build. This fact sheet is a short introduction to wood pellets and
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Wood Pellets for Central Heating Boilers

Pellets, i.e. small, compressed wood pellets, are made of wood shavings, compressed under high pressure without any additional chemical binding agents. They are 100 % CO2-neutral and are, therefore, the ideal, climate-friendly fuel. Wood pellets are standardized like other combustible too. Wood pellets with the DINplus mark meet the requirements of the European Standard DIN
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Wood pellets in the world

In 2005, Fibreco entered the wood pellet terminal handling business. BC’s wood pellet production has grown dramatically since that time in response to increasing demand from the European biomass market. To accommodate the new business six storage silos and a large flat storage shed have been built, resulting in storage for 45,000 tonnes of wood
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Wood pellet burners

Wood pellet burners look similar to conventional wood burners, but they offer a lot more control over how much heat is produced and when. They are a very environmentally friendly and clean burning heating option. Pellet burners have low emissions and provide convenient, easily controllable heating. Most units have a remoter control, thermostat and can
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How Wood Pellet Stoves Work?

Benefits and Disadvantages of Wood Pellet Stoves Wood pellet stoves are generally small, and the bags of pellets are about the size of a mulch bag, making them easy to store. They’re also easy to operate; they on­ly require loading pellets and igniting the flame. And depending on what size hopper your stove has, it
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How to Make Wood Pellets?

Wood pellets are used as fuel, as material for animal bedding, and for certain kinds of barbecues and grills. Wood pellets are used in cooking stoves and produce more heat, getting the temperatures to rise more quickly. Most pellets are made in bulk quantities by industrial pellet mills, but homeowners and small businesses can also
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The Benefits of Wood Pellets

WHAT ARE WOOD PELLETS? Wood pellets are a refined and densified biomass fuel that is formed when wood residues are compressed into a uniform diameter under high pressure. Wood pellets have a uniform shape, size and density and are ideal for automatic combustion heating systems such as pellet stoves and boilers. By pelletizing wood residues
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