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  • The Pellets are a modern form of densified biomass offering interesting opportunities for development of Renewable
  • Wood pellets have increased tremendously in popularity as a heating fuel during recent years in Cold countries, with many homeowners and commercial facilities choosing pellet stoves or boilers over traditional wood-fired equipment due to their relative ease of use
  • A wide array of biomass materials, besides wood can be used to manufacture pellets, most notably perennial grasses such as switchgrass or miscanthus. Sawdust and other waste products are also used
  • Cordwood, wood pellets, wood chips, waste paper, cornstalks, straw, even animal waste along with a dozen other agricultural byproducts capable of being burned for heat
  • Pellet fuel is a way to divert millions of tons of waste from landfills and turn it into energy
  • Wood pellet is produced by mixed biomass residues through a quite simple process of milling, drying and compacting. The main advantage of compactation is the high density of the product in comparison with the other unprocessed biomass and therefore containing a high energy content. It also enables the production of a standardised fuel and reduction in the cost of handling, storage and transport.
  • Necessary equipment for making pellets is available at a variety of sizes and scales, which allows for everything from the smallest scale to the largest commercial plants
  • The standard shape of a fuel pellet is cylindrical, with a diameter of 6 to 8 millimeters and a length of no more than 38 millimeters. Larger pellets are also occasionally manufactured;
    if they are more than 25 millimeters in diameter, they are usually
    referred to as “briquettes.”
  • Pelletizer requires between 50 and 100 kilowatts of electrical demand for every ton per hour of production capacity. The savings in GHG emissions is considerable because pellets (at 5 kg CO2e/GJ) have much lower emissions than coal
    (96 kg CO2e/GJ) and natural gas (62.13 kg CO2e/GJ).
  • There is excellent growth seen for wood pellets in European markets. It is worth noting that the cost of pellets is cheaper than fossil fuels, such as oil or gas.
  • Industrial wood pellets are expected to become a global commodity like coal and oil in the future

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