GreenEnergyPark: Introduction

24 October 2011
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Picture: www.GreenEnergyPark.co.za.

The Green Energy Park development is the result of our dedicated effort over the last 3 years in creating simple and profitable technology/applications for the transformation of biomass to energy and/or chemicals. Whether it is a 2MW electricity installation or a 10,000 tpa biobased chemicals

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Picture: www.GreenEnergyPark.co.za.

The Green Energy Park development is the result of our dedicated effort over the last 3 years in creating simple and profitable technology/applications for the transformation of biomass to energy and/or chemicals. Whether it is a 2MW electricity installation or a 10,000 tpa biobased chemicals plant, the basic designs are complete. We are ready to tailor a solution to suit client requirements. The core of the Green Energy Park is a power island that produces the energy for a variety of uses, e.g.:

  • Steam/electricity for the manufacture of biobased chemicals, such as furfural, hydrogen, furfuryl alcohol, etc.
  • Green electricity to develop on-site (non-chemical) manufacturing enterprises.
  • Electricity (On- or/and Off-grid).
  • A combination of the above and/or other unit processes (bio-char, bio-SNG, hydrogen, etc.)
As part of our efforts to bring biomass suppliers and furfural consumer together, we developed the blue-print for the GreenEnergyPark Bio-refinery (picture below). This concept is not only designed for green energy and chemicals, but its intentions are also to make a direct contribution to rural development. Certainly in South Africa, there are also associated benefits to food production, education and health care. As a matter of fact, since 2002, we have been finding solutions for most questions that biobased chemicals (like furfural) developers have, because DalinYebo has been looking for supplies of agricultural residues, like corncobs, to make bio-renewable chemicals. "The lessons learnt" from surveying of and interacting with South African, Easter European, American, Indian and Chinese corn/sunflower/oat/sugar/wood-production communities form the basis of our knowledge base, which we supplemented with technology and biomass R&D programmes in collaboration with the University of KwaZulu-Natal (South Africa).


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