Why choose biomass wood pellets
Biomass wood pellets or biomass fuel pellets are increasing being used as a new kind of renewable energy alternative to oil, gas and electricity. Much of the biomass wood pellet material comes from waste sawdust, shaving, and chips remaining after lumber production. Through the process of grinding, compressing and shaping, a pellet plant can produce wood pellets with high quality. On the process of production, no additives or adhesives are added. For this reason, biomass fuel pellets can be burnt directly without poisonous gas emission, and the combustion efficiency of the pellets is up to 80%. Compared with traditional fossil energy, biomass wood pellets have many advantages in human production and life. Though we don’t know how long the fossil energy will be dried up, one thing that is entirely clear is biomass wood pellets would be the most important renewable energy in the near future.
The advantages of biomass wood pellets
Clean and green. Biomass wood pellets as a new kind of renewable energy alternative to coal and natural gas. Friendly to the air, during the production process, no additives or adhesives are added, what’s more, the carbon dioxide can be used for the photosynthesis of plants.
High combustion efficiency. With low moisture content, and the combustion air is easy to adjust, biomass wood pellets can be easily burnt just with a piece of paper; the combustion efficiency is up to 80%, and the heat of burning a ton of biomass wood pellets is equal to 0.8 tons of coal.
Convenience in transportation and storage. After the process of compressing, the biomass wood pellets can be easily packed and transported, which can save a lot of space and money.
Safety in use. Biomass wood pellets are produced from virgin wood and natural crop straw, free of any chemicals, so it won’t cause poisoning, blast or leak accidents.
Sustainability. After the pellets were burnt, the ash could be used as fertilizer to promote the growth of plants. It’s an important step to realize the sustainable use of resource.
Biomass wood pellets in the world
Biomass fuel pellets are widely used for residential heating and thermal power generation in many countries. In recent years, wood pellets have already been a staple in Europe’s energy sector, gained popularity in the United States, especially in areas where biomass energy is used for heat – as people realized the importance of sustainability on ecology and economy. Wood pellets can offer a completely sustainable alternative to other fuel sources. Considering the environmental factors, biomass wood pellets are preferable to coal for electricity generation because they burn cleanly.
By the statistics, more than 1,000,000 homes in the US currently use wood pellet stoves for heating. Convenient and widely available, biomass wood pellets are supplied on a small scale and commonly in bagged form. Increasingly now, factories, housing complexes, and office buildings, especially in Europe, are using biomass wood pellets to provide heat on a larger scale. Coal-fired electric plants in Europe have begun incorporating biomass wood pellets in their production process because of the government mandates for pollution and greenhouse gas emissions regulation. This forward-looking utility of combined fuel sources for electricity generation is the future of clean energy, ecologically sound energy creation in the United States.