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System integration of biomass fired cogeneration plans. <<

Akronym IntBioCHP
Funding Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF)
Request for Proposal STAIR "Deutsch-Polnische Nachhaltigkeitsforschung (II)"
Supporting Organisation DLR Projektträger (PT-DLR)
HFT project director Prof. Dr. habil. Ursula Eicker
Project Staff Dr. Aneta Strzalka, M.Sc. Rafal Strzalka
Project partners BIOP GmbH, APOS GmbH, Schlessische Technische Universität, Agencja Rozwoju Przedsiebiorczosci ART Sp. z.o.o., Proen Gliwice Sp. z.o.o.
Duration 01.10.2016 - 30.09.2019
Project description The project is dedicated to efficiency improvement and system integration of biomass fired cogeneration plants. The main target of the project is to improve technological, environmental and economic Performance of the existing and newly planned cogeneration plants based on Organic Ranking Cycle (ORC) technology. Regarding the objectives defined in the funding program, the project proposal refers to increase sustainability by the use of renewable wood biomass as an energy source for decentralized CHP systems in combination with different heat sinks such as urban quarters or industrial heating demand. The combination of the simulation based optimization of operational management methodology and the installation of new system components as well as the development and analysis of heat sink strategies will help to increase the fuel utilization efficiency of decentralized bio-energy CHP concepts. The intended optimization should lead to the reduction of CO2-emissions and to the improvement of the economic viability of the power plants. Furthermore, this approach should increase the competitiveness of the CO2-neutral energy supply from biomass in the still fossil fuel dominated energy market. The final target of the project tasks is the development of a universal system application for the load management of existing and future, biomass based energy supply systems. On the basis of the considered systems in Scharnhauser Park (SHP), Germany and Zory, Poland a transferrable solution will be developed in a collaborative, synergetic approach, which will be used for the energetic, economical and sustainability potential analysis of future bioenergy projects as well as to the increase of the efficiency of already implemented bioenergy projects in Poland and in Germany.
Keywords Effective biomass integration, Sustainable energy supply, Energy infrastructure development