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Biomass fuelled trigeneration is the term given to the system which is the on-site generation of electricity, heat and cooling simultaneously, using biomass as the fuel source. As a form of the renewable energy sources biomass is not intermittent, location-dependent or very difficult to store. If grown sustainably, biomass can be considered to be CO2 neutral. Biomass, therefore, would be a promising option for the future to contribute both to the reduction of greenhouse gases and to the solution of replacing fossil fuels in power plants. For a wide range of commercial buildings, biomass trigeneration offers an economical solution of providing power, heat and cooling which is more environmentally friendly than conventional methods.
Author(s): Huang Y, Wang YD, Rezvani S, McIlveen-Wright DR, Anderson M, Mondol J, Zacharopolous A, Hewitt NJ
Publication type: Article
Publication status: Published
Journal: Applied Thermal Engineering
Print publication date: 02/05/2013
ISSN (print): 1359-4311
ISSN (electronic): 1873-5606
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