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"How can we avoid the extensive processing and wasting of high-quality lumber?"
Our partner in technology has developed a process to make production of wood gas out of freshly cut wood chips (e.g. wood broken off in a storm) and chopped up industrial timber (e.g. residual wood from production) possible. Untreated waste wood can also be used, although it is not seen as biomass pursuant to §3 of the biomass regulations.
This way there is no more need for the use of expensive wood pellets, which use up a high amount of energy in production. The following chart will show the direct comparison of prices for wood pellets and wood chips and underline the risks of cost coming with the use of pellets.
The purified wood gas is used as the fuel for the plants motor, which powers the generators producing electricity. The heat resulting from the processes can now be used for drying the wood supply and be feed into the local heat-network or used to heat up the warm water reserves for heating or warm water.
Again the same thing applies:
Ecologically and economically it makes more sense to use direct marketing and sell excess heat and power to neighbouring consumers!