Converting Biomass Plant into RNG – Site Layout, Catalysts Requirements: The Digest’s 2020 Multi-Slide Guide to Low-Carbon Renewable Natural Gas from Wood Wastes – Part 1

April 14, 2020 |

California needs facilities that can dramatically reduce GHG emissions and black carbon production by using wood waste, according to GTI. The closing of biomass power plants is leading to open burning of the excess of these wastes. Dive into the details and graphics of the resource analysis, site and equipment layout, the chemicals and catalysts requirements, RNG product composition and heating values, and more shared by GTI who performed a site-specific engineering design study that looks at how an existing woody biomass power plant can be converted into a RNG facility producing about 3 billion cubic feet of RNG annually.

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