[Gasification] Biogen - Future of Biomass Gasifier

Pannirselvam P.V pannirbr at gmail.com
Thu Jan 9 06:37:37 CST 2014

  Dear  all list  members

    wish very progessive 2014 fora all  with more  brainstorming , very hot
debate not limited to ic engine chp  , but also fuel cell hybrides along
with biomass gasifier .This can the trend of the year

  Biomass waste to energy  technology  is  growing very fast with  many
 innovation from all over the world , thus very natural, we have many
technology failed ,yet   soon can become matured environfriendly technology
that need to be , not only the economical viability .Economical viabilty
 depend upon the  micro scale for community  , but macro economy competiing
with cheap enegy   may be  not posible  yet.

     In develoing country like Brazil ,Africa and  India , not much
investment is made  for  the market  of backup energy  for industry and
hospital  , in the case of power failurees, where developed country chp  is
made  into law , prohibiting land fill and incineration of waste , but into
chp power .Thus the technology viability need  better political
,enviroonmental , biomass  waste disposal also involve political issues ,
making the problem much more complex to be solved the viability

       Biogen project   , afer one go  about the detail , seem to be very
sound  realibale  technology   .Indeed  very good  sollution to the solve
the major  problem of syngas quality ,energy yield , enviornmental
problemas , compared to known  Indian made ankur and  IIsc , as nitrogent
content alone  is half of the gas prouced, called  producer gas  based
gasifier of the  First generatiin  as given below , the link is also
available via bioenergy list well organized


  In this context  vjvikas  is realy important as  the tecnology of high
temperture  woodgas , biogen , gek , innovative australian,newsand  can be
considered as second generation high quality syngas , compared to older 1
st generation producer gas

           Beacuse of many inovation , the  third generation gasifier can
be hydogasification  of any  biomas , bioloil , waste veg oil  via
pyrolyisis combined  cataltytic refomer of syngas into h2  for fuel cell
 for distributed smart grid .Thus  what went wrong  spending huge  amount
need not be considered as total lost , yet the learning curve , the time ,
money spend is really  worth considerable  to make this technology third
generation  become reality

Your sincerly

Pannirselvam  P.V


On Thu, Jan 9, 2014 at 8:36 AM, <sabbadess at aol.com> wrote:

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> Vikas,
> Maybe they are truthful but it sounds oddly similar to all the other firms
> that got millions in grants for their novel technology only to go bankrupt
> a year or two later.  Anyone that says they can gasify paper raises HUGE
> alarms for me because of the very high ash content and tightly packed bed.
> I would make them prove everything with an on site demonstration before
> committing any money.
> Stephen Abbadessa
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> From: vikas jain <vjvikas86 at gmail.com>
> To: gasification <gasification at lists.bioenergylists.org>
> Sent: Thu, Jan 9, 2014 12:38 am
> Subject: [Gasification] Biogen - Future of Biomass Gasifier
>  Dear Sir/Madam,
>  Happy New Year!
> I am a young, potential entrepreneur from India with keen interest in
> gasification of agri residues. I have been looking at various technologies
> available internationally and find the claims of Biogen from Dominican
> quite interesting. The gasifier and the clean-up is very compact, they
> claim it can accept all feeds from paper to residues to RDF to wood chips
> etc, has zero discharge with tar being fully re-cycled on-line, does not
> use a chiller for removing condensibles, requires almost no maintenance,
> has very low parasitic load etc etc. All the features any one could ask
> for! Can anyone comment on the actual operating field experiences and how
> they are able to achieve all that they claim? They seem to be quite
> secretive about it and given that they seem to use scrubbers and low
> temperature gasification, some of the claims seem extra-ordinary – what
> with my limited knowledge of the technology.
> Vikas Jain
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