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The Future - Friendly Fuel

Biomass, derived from the organic matter of plants and animals, has been harnessed as an energy source since ancient times and continues to play a vital role in our modern energy landscape. For less prosperous nations, biomass serves as a lifeline, supplying crucial heat energy for cooking and heating. In contrast, developed countries have embraced biomass as a renewable energy alternative, to reduce their dependence on finite fossil fuels. Moreover, biomass contributes to the global pursuit of climate protection by curbing greenhouse gas emissions.When biomass is burned, the carbon dioxide that is released does not cause harm because plants have already absorbed it during their growth cycle. This intrinsic characteristic positions biomass highly valued, making it one of the preferred modern-day fuel source.

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Biomass Pellets

A potent & portable way to energize lives

A biomass pellet is a type of biofuel that is produced from compressed biomass. It is formed by using special presses called pellet mills, which apply high pressure to materials like sawdust, shavings, wood chips, bark, energy crops, or straw. The resulting pellets have a granular or cylindrical shape, and are an excellent source of fuel from homes to industries alike. As these pellets are made from biomass, they possess the same qualities, and don't emit any harmful chemicals during combustion, making them a very viable renewable and sustainable energy source.

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Advantages of biomass pellets
Energy independence

By utilizing locally sourced biomass resources, countries and regions can minimize their vulnerability to fluctuating fossil fuel prices and geopolitical tensions.

Calorific value

Biomass pellets have a similar calorific value to wood, making them an efficient source of energy for heating purposes.

Low humidity

Pellets have low moisture content (4.3-10%), which improves their combustion efficiency and reduces emissions.

Low ash content

During the combustion process, biomass pellets produce a small amount of ash (<1.00%), resulting in less frequent cleaning and maintenance of heating systems.

Waste reduction

Biomass pellets repurpose organic waste, preventing pollution and greenhouse gas emissions, while efficiently utilizing valuable energy resources.

Boost to the local economy

By generating employment in biomass collection, processing, and distribution, the biomass pellet industry helps enhance the livelihoods of local communities.

Common Biomass Sources
The majority of pellets available on the market are produced from timber obtained from sawmills or energy plants specifically cultivated for biomass production.
Some pellets are made from straw, although they may produce slightly more ash compared to wood pellets.
Agripellets are becoming popular and are made from agricultural waste materials, such as crop residues, straw, or other by-products from farming activities.
Agricultural Waste
Biomass waste from various sources can be utilized to produce pellets. This includes grass cuttings, fallen leaves, branches, tree fragments, weeds, peels from fruits and vegetables, nutshells, and other plant-origin waste generated by food production or processing.
Biomass waste