Burning energy plants is from straw

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Within the priority research program on power plants
a fuel from straw, the specialized agency for materials
renewable raw (FNR - Fachagentur as Nachwachsende Rohstoffe eV)
submitted their first research projects on energy gains
achievable from grain and straw under facilities
small and medium power (up to 1 MW).
Cereals, straw and other energy plants represent more
than half the bioenergy potential of Germany. For production
Heat a base of solid, however it is always wood
which is preponderant; the use of energy crops presents yet
technical barriers and considerable authority.
The FNR therefore, the proposal of the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, presented
nine projects that should inspire a simplification of procedures
authorization for small heating installations is based
cereals.
Five projects involve processes of combustion and emission of
fuels from straw. And four industrial partners
research institutes involved in the project: the institute of engineering
processes and Stuttgart University's core technology
(IVD), Fraunhofer Institute for Wood Research in Brunswick (WKI)
the Superior Technical School of Bingen and the Technical University of Hamburg
(YOU).
Other projects include the long term behavior of small
heating systems already present on the market to confirm
their market approval. long duration of the tests will be in menes
four institutions: a superior technical school of the Cologne, the
DEULA of Schleswig Holstein, the center of research and consulting for
energy systems and Merseburg machines (FBZ) and the Institute
Thuringian Agriculture (TLL) Dornburg who is also coordinator
of the project.
The results of the projects is expected no later than two years
should be the basis for a considerable simplification of the law
authorization small heating installations of cereals, and
and open the door to greater use of plants
ENERGY.

contacts:
- Dr. Torsten Gabriel - tel: + 49 (0) 3843 6930 117, Fax: + 49 (0) 3843 6930
102 - E-Mail: info@fnr.dewww.fnr.de
- http://www.bio-energie.de
Sources: Depeche IDW, Press release of the FNR, 19 / 10 / 2004
Editor: Nicolas Condette, nicolas.condette@diplomatie.gouv.fr

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