biomass

Olive Energy plans biomass conversion plant in Mukah, Malaysia

Olive Energy Sdn Bhd has announced plans to begin construction of a 12.1 MW biomass plant in Mukah, Malaysia early next year, with a targeted completion date of July 1, 2018.
Olive Energy plans biomass conversion plant in Mukah, Malaysia

Mukah is a coastal town in the Malaysian state of Sarawak. Malaysia is the world's second largest producer of palm oil, producing roughly 20 million tons a year. However, the activities of the country's 444 palm oil plants creates an incredible amount of waste.

The process requires the processing of 100 million tons of fresh fruit. When all is said and done, Olive Energy says, the creation of the oil leaves behind close to 40 million tons of biomass palm residue.

If not put to another purpose, this residue would likely be spread on open fields -- where it would emit harmful greenhouse gases as it broke down -- or burned, causing air pollution.

The new plant will reportedly employ technology -- called  circulating fluidised bed conversion -- specially designed to harness energy from the residue, while has a high moisture content and is ordinarily difficult to burn with any kind of efficiency.

Olive Energy signed a power purchase agreement with Sarawak Energy Bhd in March 2014.

For additional information:

Olive Energy

Tags: Biomass , Oil , Efficiency , Waste
len_men_suscribirtegratis
LIM HUI SIN
How to apply job ? I am from Dalat/Mukah and.background in.instrumentation. Currently still.working at sandakan power plant Kina Biopower Sdn.Bhd & Seguntor.Bioenergy Sdn.Bhd
Steve
Interesting article but the image is abit unreleated. The company's name might be Olive Energy Sdn Bhd but this doesnt mean that Olive-tree, a Mediteranean tree can grow in Malaysia. The article states that the plant will use Palm Oil residues. Why a photo of olive tree then?
Baterías con premio en la gran feria europea del almacenamiento de energía
El jurado de la feria ees (la gran feria europea de las baterías y los sistemas acumuladores de energía) ya ha seleccionado los productos y soluciones innovadoras que aspiran, como finalistas, al gran premio ees 2021. Independientemente de cuál o cuáles sean las candidaturas ganadoras, la sola inclusión en este exquisito grupo VIP constituye todo un éxito para las empresas. A continuación, los diez finalistas 2021 de los ees Award (ees es una de las cuatro ferias que integran el gran evento anual europeo del sector de la energía, The smarter E).