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  • first set of bullet points refer to air quality requirements for the lower mainland, and this gasifier exceeds these requirements. co2 neutral, just means all the CO2 released by the system is the same amount fixed by the biomass during it's lifetime. this next point just says, one should utilize biomass for energy because if you leave it in the field, it will decompoe into CH4, and this is 21x worse than CO2 in terms of GHG. this last point is suggesting that some analyses have shown that some of the carbon is trapped in the biochar, never to be released again, so this means this porcess is slightly co2 negative, sequester's some of the carbon.

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  • July 20, 20121MW Biomass toFuel Cell Power PlantLarry Stapleton © 2012 BALLARD POWER SYSTEMS, INC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • Clean Energy Opportunity The Future of Clean Energy Need Solution New Global Ballard Energy PEM Fuel Cell Solutions Advantage• Clean energy • Scaleable future is accelerating • Fuel flexibility• No single energy • Efficient, reliable technology solution and safe• Fuel cell • Rapid response to technologies will changes in power play key roles demand PAGE 2 Smarter Solutions for a Clean Energy Future
  • Ballard Builds Clean Energy Fuel Cell Systems Ballard Power Systems is a recognized global leader in the design & manufacture of clean energy, zero-emission PEM fuel cells Founded in 1983 Headquartered in Vancouver, Canada Strong IP portfolio… with access to 1,000 patents & licenses Partners with Mercedes, Ford, and many other large companies Expertise in fuel cell stacks, system integration, fuel processing Smarter Solutions for a Clean Energy Future
  • Ballard’s Solution for Distributed GenerationPower Scalable from 165 kWPackaging Self contained ISO containerFuel efficiency 48%, based on LHVOutput voltage 380-480 VACOutput heat load 1100 kW per 1000 kWnetAvailable water 60-65˚Ctemp Self-contained systems,Siting simple integration with plant Smarter Solutions for a Clean Energy Future Smarter Solutions for a Clean Energy Future 4
  • Current Distributed Generation Projects Bella Coola HARP Pilot Project Smarter Solutions for a Clean Energy Future July 25, 2012 5
  • Hydrogen is the Most Abundant Element in Nature Sources of hydrogen suitable for CLEARgen™ system: • By-product hydrogen : Hydrogen created as a by-product of chlor-alkali production, at carbon monoxide plants & other chemical production • Electrolysis from renewable energy sources : Large-scale energy storage using hydrogen produced during off-peak times • Steam-reformation of biogas : Renewable bio-gas reformed and purified to hydrogen • Gasification of Biomass : Converts organic waste to a hydrogen-rich gas stream Smarter Solutions for a Clean Energy Future July 25, 2012 6
  • Biomass to Fuel Cell Power Best solution for high efficiency, low emission power production • Scalable solution (150kW to multi-MW) • Cost competitive alternative to diesel gensets in remote communities today • Flexible feedstock optionsBiomass Pyrolysis H2Handling Gasifier Purification High H2 Syngas PEM fuel cell Biochar: system soil supplements Biomass Feedstock Heat Electricity Smarter Solutions for a Clean Energy Future July 25, 2012 7
  • Many Biomass Feedstock Options Flexible organic waste feedstock options: • Agricultural/forest residues/underutilized wood, Bamboo, mixed paper waste, wood chips, sawdust, grass hay, straw, miscanthus, tree/lawn waste, corn stover • Demonstrated program underway in Korea to use treated Municipal Solid Waste as feedstock Can process moisture levels up to 45% and pieces 1/4” and smaller Smarter Solutions for a Clean Energy Future July 25, 2012 8
  • As Efficient at Diesel, but Environmentally Friendly Smarter Solutions for a Clean Energy Future July 25, 2012 9
  • Benefits for Local Community CO2 neutral for a better environment Methane (CH4 a GHG that is 21x more potent than CO2) is prevented from being released into the atmosphere as a result of natural decomposition System is also a carbon sequester by trapping some of the carbon within the bio char Allows community to contribute to the increase in their own standard of living through more reliable power Creates sustainable, local jobs to manage biomass and maintain the Power Plant Smarter Solutions for a Clean Energy Future July 25, 2012 10
  • 4 Step Process from Biomass to Power Smarter Solutions for a Clean Energy Future July 25, 2012 11
  • Plant Layout is 30m x 30M Smarter Solutions for a Clean Energy Future July 25, 2012 12
  • Banifits from Fuel Cells & Biomass Fuel cells will be an important part of the future alternative energy mix Key environmental advantages provided by Fuel Cells over incumbent technologies Biomass can provide clean energy fuel source for Fuel Cells Smarter Solutions for a Clean Energy Future
  • Contact Jay Wahono, Green Energy Consultant • jay.wahono@ballard.com • +62 811152777 Alfred Wong, Ballard Regional Director - Asia • alfred.wong@ballard.com • +1(604)338-6799 Smarter Solutions for a Clean Energy Future July 25, 2012 14