Biobattery: Integration of Thermo-Catalytic Reforming, Pressure Swing Adsorption and Hydrodeoxygenation for the Production of 100% Green Fuels, Biochar, Heat and Power
Binder, S., Ouadi, M., Hornung, A.
The concept of the Biobattery is to process biomass residues to produce energy vectors which are easily storable and transportable. These energy vectors provide a solution for wrong time wrong place energy demand – as power, as heat or as fuel for transport. A key component of the Biobattery is the thermo-catalytic reforming (TCR) unit, which produces bio-oil, syngas and biochar. An integrated approach will demonstrate and validate the technical and economic viability of the combination of thermo-catalytic reforming, pressure swing adsorption and hydro-deoxygenation, together with their environmental and social sustainability, as well as the cost-competitiveness, at near commercial scale. The integrated concept will be described and results of the production of TCR-bio-oil from anaerobic digestate and sewage sludge as well as hydro-deoxygenated oil will be presented. The results are discussed and an outlook for the upscale to industrial size will be given.
biorefinery, hydrogen, thermochemical conversion, upgrading, biochar, biomass to liquid (BtL)
Bioenergy in Integrated Energy Systems
Integration of bioenergy with other renewable and conventional energy sources
25th European Biomass Conference and Exhibition
1873 - 1876
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