Pilot plant in Extremadura of microtrigeneration that hybridizes biomass and solar energy (TRIBAR Project)

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A consortium formed by five Extremadura companies has set up a pilot microtrigeneration plant, modular and transportable, based on biomass and solar concentrating energy.

A consortium formed by five Extremadura companies has set up a pilot plant for microtrigeneration, modular and transportable, from biomass and solar energy concentration. The plant is located in Gévora (Badajoz) in a company that uses the electricity, heat and cold generated.

The plant has two energy producing elements: a thermal oil biomass boiler of 400 kWt, designed and manufactured by Innergy, which participates in Expobiomasa, and currently uses P30-P16 forest splinter; and a Fresnel type solar field with 18 collectors. For the production of electricity, an ORC minimodule with a turbine capable of generating 56 kWe has been installed. In addition, an absorption machine can generate 35 kW of cold.

During the next 5 years the plant will will continue to investigate hybridization of renewable energy systems and models to provide solutions to the industrial sectors of Spain and the rest of Europe.

Más info: https://bioenergyinternational.es/proyecto-tribar-microtrigeneracion-con-biomasa-y-energia-solar/