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Oswestry Energy Fair - Talbott


Oswestry Energy Fair - Talbott

Oswestry Energy Fair - Talbott

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  • 1. Talbott’s Biomass Energy Presented by Bob Talbott
  • 2. Talbott’s Background
    • Established over 30 years ago
    • One of the UK’s leading manufacturers of biomass energy systems
    • 4,000 installations worldwide
    • A range of 40 different combustion systems are now produced
    • Outputs range from 25kW to 4MW
    • Units can have energy outputs of hot air, hot water, steam or electricity
  • 3. What is Biomass?
    • All plant and animal matter such as trees and energy crops
    • Biomass can be combusted to provide heat then converted into other forms of energy
    • Biomass is a carbon neutral fuel
  • 4. 100kW e Biomass Generator
    • The Biomass Generator (BG100) is a new and highly efficient technology
    • It is capable of producing up to 100kW of renewable electricity and 150kW of renewable heat
  • 5. BG100
    • 100kW e / 150kW th
    • Containerised in two standard shipping containers
    • Easy to use controls
    • Computer controlled combustion
    • Remote monitoring of controls
  • 6. Features
    • Flexible fuel loading
    • Robust and variable fuel mechanism
    • Triple pass ceramic lined combustion zone
    • Step grate system with auto de asher
    • Indirect fired micro turbine
    • High speed, direct drive engine coupled to power electronics
    • Carbon neutral
  • 7. Applications
    • Farms
    • Large estates
    • Isolated buildings / communities
    • Woodworking & timber industries
    • Public buildings
    • Leisure facilities
    • Local authorities
  • 8. Biomass Fuels
    • The BG100 is capable of utilising a wide range of biomass fuels:
      • Forestry & agricultural residues
      • Energy crops – Miscanthus (elephant grass), short rotation coppice willow & poplar
      • Wood chips
      • Wood pellets
  • 9. Potential Income
    • Gross power price for 100kW of electricity
    • Renewables Obligation Certificates (ROCs)
    • Sale of 150kW of heat to nearby buildings
  • 10. Farm Diversification
    • The BG100 offers agricultural communities:
      • A much needed and viable diversification opportunity
      • An increase in competitiveness and sustainability
      • Added value for crops
      • An effective end use for energy crops
  • 11. Carbon Emission Savings
    • Carbon neutral fuel
    • Significant reduction in carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) emissions through the use of the BG100
    • CO 2 emission savings for BG100, compared to fossil fuel fired energy production, are around 600 tonnes per year for each unit
    • Widespread uptake will greatly benefit the environment by reducing the amount of greenhouse gases that are being released into the atmosphere
  • 12. Additional Advantages
    • Grid connection is a very easy procedure
    • Any planning issues are simple to overcome
    • On site power production
    • Reduction of fuel transportation through the use of a local fuel source
  • 13. NHS Trust Hospital - Whitchurch
    • 400kW maximum thermal output / 100kW minimum output
    • Utilising Green wood chip from a local supplier & their own forestry activities
    • Incorporating two Roll On Roll Off wood chip delivery systems
    • Providing hot water & heating for the hospital
  • 14. For further information contact: Talbott’s Heating Ltd, Stafford Tel: 01785 213366 Email: [email_address]