펠렛의 수요아시아에서의 바이오에너지원으로써 바이오매스
Feed-in Asia's Demand for Wood Pellets & Biomass for Power & Heat
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서울에서 열릴 3차 아시아 바이오매스 펠렛 무역 컨퍼런스에 앞서 제공되는 탄소 배출 관련 백서
9월 12일부터 13일까지 서울에서 열릴 CMT의 '3차 아시아 바이오매스 펠렛 무역 컨퍼런스'는 아시아에서의 바이오에너지원으로써 바이오매스 펠렛의수요, 공급, 원료 획득, 기술 및 활용을 집중 조명합니다. 본 행사에 앞서 보다 가치 있는 내용의 탄소 배출에 대한 백서를 제공해드립니다.
'바이오매스를 통한 탄소 배출 감축'라는 주제의 백서는 바이오매스를 지속가능한 신재생에너지원으로 인정받게 하는 바이오매스의 특징 뿐만 아니라 아시아-태평양 지역에서 바이오매스 펠렛의 수요와 무역에 중요한 영향을 줄 수 있는 잠재적 요인에 대해 다룹니다. 폴리 매니지먼트 컨설팅에서 탄소와 바이오매스 에너지에 대한 전문가이자 저자이기도 한 리카르드 프리시오프(Rickard Frithiof)는 다음과 같이 이야기합니다. "백서에서는 바이오에너지 프로젝트에서 실제 이산화탄소의 균형점,신재생에너지 촉진을 위해 정책적으로 고려해야할 점, 그리고 이러한 측면이 에너지 경제에 가져올 변화를 다루고 있습니다." 백서에서 다루고 있는 핵심 주제 두 가지는 다음과 같습니다.
4페이지 분량의 백서는 9월12일부터 13일까지 서울에서 개최 예정되어 있는 3차 아시아 바이오매스 펠렛 무역 컨퍼런스에 앞서 웹상에서 다운로드를 통해 독자들에게만 제공됩니다.백서의 다운을 원하시는 분은 여기를 클릭해주세요.
"아시아 지역의 우드 펠렛/바이오매스를 이용한 에너지와 열 생산 지원 방안"이라는 주제로 개최될 컨퍼런스에서는 바이오매스 펠렛 시장에서 예상되는 시나리오를 다각적인 방향에서 논의할 예정입니다. 특히, 전력 혹은 열병합전력(CHP, Combined Heat and Power) 생산을 위한 바이오매스의 수요, 발전차액지원제도(FIT, Feed in Tatiff),일본/한국/중국에서의 신재생에너지 의무할당제(Renewable Portfolio Standard), 동남아시아지역으로부터의 농업 바이오매스 공급과 우드 펠렛 확보 방안, 바이오매스 무역경제, 바이오 발전, 아시아 지역의 건조기술 분석, 대규모 바이오매스 혼합연소와 열방합발전 실행 전망, 산업 전력과 혼합연소 플랜트에서의 바이오매스 활용에 대한 내용이 다루어질 내용입니다. 컨퍼런스에 대해 더 자세한 정보를 원하시면 firstname.lastname@example.org (담당: Ms. Hafizah)로 메일 주시기 바랍니다.
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Transforming wood residues to energy – Thestar.com.my, 6 August 2012
Korea Southern Power to Buy Wood Pellets for Renewables Quota – Bloomberg.com, 20 July 2012
Govt to set prices for biomass energy - The Jakarta Post, 12 July 2012
Japanese Proposed Tariffs Submitted - RenewableEnergyWorld.com, 4 May 2012
South Korea Approves Cap-and-Trade Plan - The Asia Wall Street Journal, 2 May 2012
Thai coal plant to be retrofitted for biomass generation - CleanBiz Asia, 29 Sept 2011
Eastern Petroleum prepares for biomass power plant construction
Posted on : 31 Aug, 2012
It is reported that the construction contract for Eastern Petroleum Philippines Corp’s 20-megawatt biomass power plant will be awarded by October, constructed in Agusan del Norte and expected to be in operation before the end of 2015, providing power to Mindanao. Eastern Petroleum’s Chairman and Chief Executive Fernando L. Martinez said in an interview, “In about two months’ time we will be naming the firm for our engineering, procurement and construction contract. We are still finalizing that.”
The feedstock to be used is woodchips from three to seven year old industrial trees, coconut husks and rice husks from the company’s plantation and local plantations, giving returns to the community. The firm requires 4,000 hectares for feedstock and it still needs to secure an environmental compliance clearance.
The company is planning to apply for incentives from the Board of Incentives soon. It will spend about $70 million for the power plant which will be funded through borrowings. Mr. Martinez said they already have a buyer for the power, thus allowing it to operate without relying on feed-in tariffs.
Under the investments priorities plan of the government, power generation projects are eligible for tax breaks.
More on Asia’s biomass industry will be unveiled at 3rd Biomass Pellets Trade Asia in Seoul on 12-13 September 2012 where Eastern Petroleum Philippines Corp and many other regional biomass players are attending as participating delegates and contributing panellists. To be a part of this summit, Register now or contact email@example.com for further information.
Excerpt taken from Bworldonline.com
Government to issue new pricing regulation for biomass power plants in Jakarta
Posted on : 06 Aug, 2012
A recent issue of The Jakarta Post quoted an official with the Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry, “The government will soon be issuing a new pricing regulation for biomass power plants to encourage investors to take advantage of the city’s waste for power generation.” Kardaya Warnika, the ministry’s Director General of renewable energy and energy conservation said the new pricing, which is often called a feed-in tariff, would be applied to waste-fired power plants in cities. Since waste had important utilization value, given that garbage was now a major problem in almost all cities, the ministry categorized the city waste-fired power plants as special biomass energy, he added.
The feed-in tariff is a renewable energy policy that obliges energy suppliers to buy electricity produced from renewable resources at a fixed price, usually over a fixed period. Currently, the main purchaser of electricity produced by independent power producers (IPP), is state electricity company PLN. The policy is especially attractive to energy stakeholders as it includes provisions such as requiring PLN to purchase electricity produced from renewable sources.
Biomass energy is gradually gaining greater significance, and the 3rd Biomass Pellets Trade Asia which will be held in Seoul on 12-13 September offers insight on multiple aspects of biomass energy. The conference will cover vital subjects such as bioenergy opportunities, waste-based power generation, pricing, biomass supply market, resources, sustainability, and much more. Register here to attend the conference and gain updates on biomass energy in Asia. One may direct further enquiries to Ms. Hafizah at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Biomass utilization generates energy & profit for Japan's Maniwa
Posted on : 13 Jul, 2012
Amidst power shortages in Japan, over 300 “biomass towns” in the nation are exploring and developing a variety of new energy alternatives. One among them is Maniwa, a city in Okayama Prefecture which has successfully developed comprehensive city planning and industrial tourism based on the promotion of biomass utilization for efficient energy output.
Its location in the centre of the Chugoku Mountains, and hence its access to lumber, prompted local entrepreneurs to develop a plan to utilize the forest for the city’s biomass business. "Thanks to the private sector's participation, we have been able to make biomass business the pillar of our city's policy," said Mayor Koichiro Ide. Maniwa City Hall’s air-conditioning system is fuelled by wood chips and pellets.
On the tourism front, there are organized guided tours to many facilities related to its biomass industry, and also offers accommodations at inns and hotels equipped with wood pellet stoves. The tours have made a tremendous economic impact of ¥580 million over the past 6 years, since its launch in 2007.
Another example is a local sawmill and Japan’s leading manufacturer of laminated lumber, Meiken Lamwood Corp., which profits from generating power from leftover wood, bark and other forest residue. The company can now support all its power needs at its plant by itself, and sell surplus electricity at night. This has reduced its annual costs by ¥150 million. It also produces wood pellets and cat litter as a way to make maximum utilization of chips. Meiken President Koichiro Nakashima is considering the construction of a new biomass power plant with a capacity to generate 10,000 kw or more.
At the 3rd Biomass Pellets Trade Asia in Seoul, experts will provide clarification on FIT and Renewable Portfolio Standard in Japan, South Korea and China. The conference to be held on 12-13 September will explore the means to secure wood pellets and agro biomass supply from South East Asia, discuss viable investments in Pellets Production or Bio-Power Generation, and cover many more topics on biomass and power generation. To reserve seats for this conference REGISTER here or contact email@example.com for any further queries.
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Posted on : 28 Jun, 2012
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Be the first to download White paper on ‘Reducing carbon emissions through biomass’
Posted on : 25 May, 2012
In a run up to 3rd Biomass Pellets Trade Asia in Seoul on 12-13 September, CMT, in collaboration with Pöyry Management Consulting unveils a complimentary white paper on ‘Reducing carbon emissions through biomass’.
Written by Rickard Frithiof, a bioenergy expert at Pöyry Management Consulting, the paper examines carbon dioxide balance in a bioenergy project, the determining factors of the policies in Asia-Pacific, and how these policies translate into energy economics. To find out more, FILL UP THE FORM BELOW TO DOWNLOAD PAPER NOW!
This 6-page white paper is a MUST-HAVE for Bioenergy players interested in long-term market development and a preview of what’s in store at the 3rd Biomass Pellets Trade Asia conference that will feature global experts sharing their views on the bioenergy developments in Asia. Themed `Feed-in Asia's Demand for Wood Pellets & Biomass for Power & Heat" the agenda for the event to be held in Seoul Korea is currently being firmed and expected to be finalised very soon.
Meanwhile, one may request for copy of final agenda here or Pre-Register here to reserve seats for the event.
South Korea to meet 5 million ton wood pellets demand in 2020 with 75% energy imports
Posted on : 11 May, 2012
In an effort to promote its vision of “low carbon, green growth”, the South Korean Government is aiming for a sustainable economic growth through energy minimization and resource consumption. This would thereby minimize CO2 emissions. To achieve its aim developing and implementing the use of domestic new and renewable energy technology is the government’s basic plan. Currently, 97% of the energy consumed in South Korea is imported. The targeted percentage of new and renewable energy for 2020 and 2030 are 6.1% and 11.5% respectively.
The government’s decision in 2010 was eight new plants for manufacturing wood pellets. 63% of the land in South Korea is forested, which makes it feasible to use the forest biomass, and simultaneously make employment creation and environment protection possible. It is expected that the demand will reach 5 million tons in 2020, through the expanding use of wood pellets for electricity generation and heat for boilers. Since domestic supply alone cannot cater to the demand, 75% will be imported. South Korea imported woodpellets from 9 countries in 2009, including China, Canada and Vietnam.
In depth information on securing wood pellets and other agriculture-derived biomass supply from Southeast Asia (Palm Kernel Shell (PKS), Empty Fruit Bunch (EFB), Palm Pellets, Sugar Bagasse, etc) will be discussed at CMT’s 3rd Biomass Pellets Trade Asia to be held in Seoul on 12-13 September.
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