Cogeneration plant williams lake bc est 1993 60 mw

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Cogeneration plant William’s Lake, BC Est. 1993 60 MW capacity Electricity feeds into BC Hydro grid Burns wood waste (600,000 tonnes/year) Five local mills provide wood waste (combined capacity of 1 billion fbm) High efficiency combustion 29
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Looking back and forward…??
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Current Status of Bio-Energy Technologies 31 R & D Full Commercial Early Commercial Demo Pilot Combustion Heat & Power Gasification Conventional Bioethanol Cellulosic Ethanol Thermochemical Transportation Fuels High Technology Risk Low
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Bio-energy - issues Government policies (tax credits, R&D incentives) Price of oil Competing green technologies (solar, wind, wave, geothermal) Competing bio-energy technology platforms still being developed Food vs. Fuel vs. Fibre
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