Waste to Energy

Waste to Energy Development Center Consortium

Waste to Energy

Partner of the Waste to Energy Development Center Consortium has taken part in many projects where our task was to create a high capacity reception and delivery plant. On these premises alternative fuels are received, delivered i. e. pre-treated for power plant application purposes.

In the future the use of alternative fuels will become more and more important in energy production instead of the more expensive fossil fuels. Beside the already available furnaces the newly planned ones will enable the combustion of alternative fuels. A further advantage is their relatively high heat value, some may even exceed the heat value of coal. 

The Consortium and its members execute the following tasks in the project management workflow. 

Resource Assessment: Analyzing the availability and quality of thermal energy sources, such as geothermal reservoirs, fossil fuels, or biomass.

Combustion or Heat Conversion: Utilizing combustion or heat conversion processes to convert thermal energy into mechanical energy, typically through steam or gas turbines.

Boiler or Heat Exchanger Operation: Operating and maintaining boilers or heat exchangers to produce high-pressure steam or heat for driving turbines.

Turbine Operation: Running turbines to convert the mechanical energy generated from the heat source into electrical energy.

Generator Operation: Operating generators to convert mechanical energy from the turbines into electrical energy.

Emissions Control: Implementing emissions control measures to reduce air pollution and comply with environmental regulations.

Cooling Systems Management: Managing cooling systems (e.g., cooling towers) to dissipate excess heat generated during power production.

Grid Connection: Establishing connections to the electrical grid and ensuring the efficient and reliable supply of electricity.

Power Dispatch and Load Balancing: Monitoring and managing the dispatch of power to meet the demand and maintain grid stability.

Maintenance and Repairs: Conducting routine maintenance and repairs on equipment and systems to ensure their reliability and efficiency.

Performance Monitoring: Implementing monitoring systems to continuously assess the performance of the thermal power generation process.

Energy Efficiency Improvements: Identifying opportunities to enhance energy efficiency and reduce heat losses during power generation.

Fuel Supply Chain Management: Managing the logistics of fuel supply, including transportation, storage, and handling.

Environmental Compliance: Ensuring compliance with environmental regulations, such as emissions limits and waste disposal requirements.

Research and Development: Engaging in research and development to improve the efficiency and environmental impact of thermal power generation.

Safety Protocols: Implementing safety measures to protect workers and the surrounding environment during power generation activities.

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From concept to implementation. 

All from one hand: concepts, products and execution to provide our partners with up-to-date, cost-effi cient and safe operating waste processor plants.

These materials are various biomasses and pre-treated communal waste, which can be utilized energetically as well.