Gasification plants consist of several process steps. The solid biomass fuel delivered needs to be adjusted (fuel conditioning and handling) to the fuel characteristics (particle size, water content) required for the gasification process. The conditioned fuel enters the gasification process, which produces raw product gas. The raw product gas needs to be cleaned in order to achieve the product gas quality needed for further utilization. The cleaned product gas is used for the production of electric power, heat and fuel based on different technologies.
During the thermo-chemical biomass gasification process solid biomass is cracked by thermal energy and a fumigator and converted into a product gas. The product gas is cleaned and used for the production of heat and power e.g. by gas engines (biomass CHP).
- Components of Biomass Gasification System
- Types of Gasifiers for Biomass Gasification
- Major Constraints Associated with Gasifiers
- Why Biomass Power?
- Indian Power Production Scenario
- Need for Biomass Power in India
- Benefits of Biomass power
- Potential for Biomass Power in India
- Biomass Power in India- Key Highlights
- Biomass-based Power Production Methods
- Current Status of Biomass Gasification in India
- Government Subsidies for Biomass Gasification Power Plants
- Government Incentives for Biomass Power Projects
- Depreciation Benefits for Biomass Gasification Power Plants