In the current energy mix, solid fuels are becoming increasingly significant as a climate-friendly alternative. Alongside logs, wood chips, wood shavings, sawdust and sanding flour, straw and other stalk materials are being used to produce energy. For instance the use of stalk biomass in heating plants can represent a cost-efficient alternative for local heat supply to villages and towns. This is why EnergyDecentral is focusing on the topic of “Biogenic solid fuels – wood and stalk-type biomass” in an attractive live demonstration.
The market for biogenic solid fuels is hotly contested. In order to stand out against the competition through consistent high qualities, suppliers are using certification schemes. EnergyDecentral provides an overview of the range of international certifications.