AUMUND Brazil: The first Samson® Material Feeders for biomass in South America
POWER magazine » Biomass
by Press Release
5M ago
The two Samson® Material Feeders ordered from AUMUND Ltda in São Paulo, Brazil, by first-time customer ComBio Energia S.A. are also the first machines of their kind to be operated for biomass handling in energy generation in South America. A Samson® Material Feeder unloading onto a linear-positioned ongoing conveyor (example- photo AUMUND) ComBio develops projects using biomass for generation of steam and cogeneration of electrical energy for customers from various industries. The two Samson® Material Feeders are destined for a customer in the food sector with whom ComBio has an agreement fo more
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POWER Digest [December 2022]
POWER magazine » Biomass
by Aaron Larson
6M ago
Qatar Inaugurates the Country’s First Utility-Scale Solar Photovoltaic Power Plant. With Essa bin Hilal Al-Kuwari, president of Qatar General Electricity & Water Corp. (Kahramaa); Saad Sherida Al-Kaabi, Minister of State for Energy Affairs and QatarEnergy CEO; and Ahmad Saeed Al-Amoodi, executive vice president of QatarEnergy in attendance, His Highness Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, Amir of the State of Qatar, inaugurated the Al Kharsaah solar photovoltaic (PV) power plant on Oct. 18, 2022. Al Kharsaah has a generating capacity of about 800 MW, making it one of the world’s largest—and more
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Can Power Plant Wastewater Be Valuable?
POWER magazine » Biomass
by Sonal Patel
8M ago
The rise and rapid adoption of the circular economy—a systems solution framework that seeks to keep materials, products, and services in circulation for as long as possible—is triggering an interesting shift in how wastewater is being viewed. One view posits that wastewater should no longer be seen as waste, owing to the possibility that industry may recover several valuable resources from it. These include water, energy, fertilizers, biofuels, biopolymers, and critical minerals. This type of resource recovery has thrived, primarily in higher-income countries, as part of established eff more
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