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Biomass Energy Business Models

Biomass Thermal Energy with High Efficient Co- and Tri-Generation

Since steam is the medium that are widely used in a factory especially for heating, the generation of steam is expensive plus most of the system are running in low efficiency. The introduction and integration of another system with the current system has capability to convert one energy to another energy such as turbine which is used to convert thermal energy to electrical energy to be used in the plant (co-generation system). Same concept is applicable to produce chilled water with the integration of additional system thus will increase overall efficiency (tri-generation system).


Biomass Gasification

The Biomass fuel can be used to produce a synthetic gas or Syngas in a gasification process which involves a high temperature “heating” of the biomass under limited amount of oxygen, which is then cleaned and filtered before being used to turned a syngas engine, generating green electricity or thermal energy. This is a process which is much more simple but yet requires a stable and clean production of the syngas.


Biogas and Biomethane Energy Generation

Industrial waste water, organic waste, livestock waste such as cow dung, chicken litter, pig waste, and other crop wastes, are an excellent source of biogas which can be used to generate thermal and electricity energy or Biogas as transportation fuel and cooking medium. The Biogas can even serve as better energy source than LNG or CNG, in terms of caloric values. Using extensive knowledge and experiences of Infolliance, these renewable energy sources can be implemented as a green and clean energy alternative to fossil fuel sources.



Biomass feedstocks, such as sugar cane, bagasse, sorghum, cassava, corn, rice straw, palm residues, or other cellulose rich ingredients, collected from agricultural industrial waste steam or specifically grown in “Energy Plantation” are pre-processed, followed by enzyme treatment and fermentation.


The process get completed in a week’s time, which results in ethanol, water, undigested biomass and lignin. By the process of distillation the ethanol is separated and the undigested biomass along with Lignin is compressed and made free from water, which is used as feed stock for steam generation, utilized for co-generation of Electricity.

Green Juice

Biomass Energy Business Model

Using our extensive local knowledge and experiences in biomass supply chains and strategic sourcing, we are able to provide our customers not only the technology and investments for the CAPEX, but also securing the biomass availability and supply chain by implementing the right strategic sourcing with local biomass fuel suppliers or sources. This means for our clients ZERO Investment, ZERO Risk, ZERO Operation & Maintenance, Secured Biomass Supply.

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