National Energy Administration response: whether domestic waste incineration heating belongs to the biomass energy encouraged by the country

National Energy Administration response: whether domestic waste incineration heating belongs to the biomass energy encouraged by the country The National Energy Administration has responded to a question about whether household waste incineration heating is a kind of biomass energy encouraged by the country. Question: Our company is specialized in household waste incineration treatment enterprises. In the just-released Notice of the National Energy Administration on Improving Renewable Energy Heating in Accordant to Local Conditions, it encourages the "rational development of biomass energy heating". Does domestic waste incineration belong to the category of "biomass energy" and is it within the scope of encouragement? How to understand "biomass boiler shall not be mixed with coal, garbage, industrial solid waste and other materials?" Does "biomass power subsidy give priority to biomass cogeneration project" include subsidy for domestic waste incineration project? Answer: 1. Whether domestic waste incineration belongs to the category of "biomass energy" and whether it is within the scope of encouragement According to the Renewable Energy Act, "Biomass energy refers to energy derived from natural plants, dung and organic waste in urban and rural areas". The organic part of domestic garbage belongs to urban and rural organic waste. The energy converted by incineration of organic parts of domestic garbage belongs to the category of biomass energy and belongs to the scope of biomass energy heating. Two, on how to understand the "biomass boiler shall not be mixed with coal, garbage, industrial solid waste and other materials" Combined with the context of the Notice, "biomass boiler" here does not include biomass cogeneration of heat and power, mainly refers to the above mentioned biomass heating boilers that are specifically fueled by agricultural and forestry biomass, biomass forming fuel and biological natural gas. III. Whether the subsidy for MSW incineration project is included in the "Biomass Power Subsidization Priority to Support Biomass Cogeneration Project" "Biomass cogeneration projects" in the Circular include agricultural and forestry biomass cogeneration projects and household waste incineration cogeneration projects.

2021

05-11

Hebei Chengde 14th Five-Year Plan: vigorously promote biomass and other clean heating technologies

On June 15, the 14th Five-Year Plan for the National Economic and Social Development of Chengde City and the Outline of the 2035 Long-Term Goals were released. The following contents are related to biomass: The fourth chapter energetically develops the leading industry to construct the modern industrial system with distinctive characteristics Section two: cultivating and expanding the three supporting industries Clean energy. Based on its advantages in resource enrichment, China will actively promote the development and utilization of wind power, photovoltaic power generation, pumped storage, nuclear power, biomass, geothermal energy, oil shale and other forms of clean energy. We will accelerate the construction of three ten-million-kilowatt clean energy power generation bases, expand and expand clean energy industries such as equipment manufacturing, vanadium energy storage technology, green hydrogen, and operation and maintenance services, promote innovative and integrated development of clean energy, and form a pattern of development of the whole industrial chain of clean energy. We will build a clean energy transmission base in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region and a national clean energy industrial base. We will increase the scale of clean energy generation. We will actively develop and utilize wind and solar energy resources, and strive to increase the installed capacity of wind power and photovoltaic power generation to 20 million kilowatts. The Fengning Pumped Storage Power Station was completed and put into operation, and the Luanping, Longhua and Shuangluan Pumped Storage Power Station projects were accelerated. We will actively promote nuclear power and biomass power generation projects to ensure the energy security of the city and help ensure people's livelihood and social and economic development. We will promote innovative and integrated development. Relying on enterprises such as Vision Energy, TBEA, Goldwind Electric Control, etc., we will improve the manufacturing capacity of series products such as fan machine, SVG, inverter, etc., and promote the development of clean energy supporting equipment manufacturing industry such as wind power and photovoltaic power generation. Relying on Jianlong National Clean Energy Steel Base, the company focuses on developing steel manufacturing and processing for clean energy equipment such as wind power and natural gas. We will explore a development model that integrates "clean energy, vanadium energy storage, big data and micro-grid", and build a number of demonstration projects for innovative and integrated development. We will work hard to build an informationized, interconnected and intelligent clean energy system. Strengthen the hydrogen strategy research and layout, energetically develop renewable energy hydrogen production technology, advanced propulsion hydrogen production and scenery store coupling project, strive to build a batch in beijing-tianjin-hebei urban agglomeration has the technology advantage, scale advantage of hydrogen production project, promote hydrogen production, hydrogen storage, hydrogen, hydrogen with four one, formed based on resource advantage, technology advantage of clean energy industry development pattern. We will increase the supply of clean energy electricity. We will promote the construction of ultra-high voltage projects and 500 kV power transmission and transformation projects, and strive to become an important transmission pole for green power consumption in Beijing and Tianjin. We will comprehensively improve the city's power grid delivery capacity and the scale of clean energy development. By 2025, the operating income of the clean energy industry will reach more than 30 billion yuan. Chapter Six: Optimizing Territorial Spatial Layout and Promoting Integration of Urban and Rural Development Section 3 Improving Modernized Urban Infrastructure We will comprehensively promote clean heating and increase the area of central heating. In addition to the coverage of central heating in urban built-up areas, we will promote clean heating technologies such as natural gas, heat pumps, middle and deep geothermal, biomass and solar energy in light of local conditions and complement each other with multiple energy sources. By 2025, the rate of clean heating in urban built-up areas will reach 100 percent. We will strengthen the development of heat sources, improve the central urban and county heating capacity, launch the second phase of the thermal and power plant project in the southern district and other heating projects in the county and urban areas, and increase the area of central heating each year. By 2025, the city will increase the central heating area by 10 million square meters in five years. Chapter 9 Accelerate infrastructure construction, consolidate development and guarantee the level of supporting capacity Section 3: Building a Modern Energy Supply Network with a Full Chain We will make power facilities mor

2021

07-05

Brazil promotes biomass power generation

The Brazilian state government of Sao Paulo has announced plans to build a new biomass power plant, which is expected to open in 2023. Biomass energy has the characteristics of green, low carbon, clean, renewable and so on. In recent years, it has been widely used in the fields of heat supply, power generation and transportation, among which power generation using sugarcane residue is one of them. Brazil is one of the world's largest producers of sugarcane and has been actively using it to generate electricity. Brazil legislated in 2017 to approve the national Biofuel Policy, which aims to increase the use of biofuels, including sugarcane, throughout the country, improve energy security and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. In 2020, Brazil generated 2.26 billion kilowatt-hours of electricity from sugarcane, accounting for 82% of the country's total biomass energy generation. Brazil's sugarcane industry association believes the country's biomass power generation capacity will grow by more than 55 per cent by 2030. Sugar cane produces a lot of solid residue when it is processed into products such as sucrose or ethanol, and is often used as fertilizer. The new plant in Sao Paulo state uses biodigesters to turn some of the organic matter in the solid residue into biogas, and in the process produces methane that can be used to generate electricity. Power plants can use the technology to generate electricity all year round -- the distilled residue is not easy to store and can be used to generate electricity during the harvest season; The solid residue can be stored and used without seasonal restrictions. Sao Paulo state is Brazil's leading sugarcane producer, producing about 54% of the country's sugarcane. Biomass now accounts for 25 percent of the state's household electricity, according to a report by the Sao Paulo Research Foundation. Experts believe that if sugarcane residue can be used more efficiently in the power generation process, this proportion will be greatly increased. The Sao Paulo state government has long been committed to promoting the use of biomass energy through a number of initiatives. In 2012, Sao Paulo state launched the Paulista Biogas Project, emphasizing the use of the local sugarcane industry to promote biogas and biomethanes. In 2017, the state passed legislation to inject biomethane into public natural gas transit pipelines, requiring at least 0.5 percent of biomethane to be added to the pipeline and increasing the proportion over time. With the continued support of the government, the local research institute has published an interactive map of biogas, biomethanes and electricity in Sao Paulo State, providing clear data for policy makers and investors to better develop and utilize biomass energy.

2021

07-26

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