Site Potentials for Biomass Power Plants in Poland (Analyst Version)
DUBLIN, June 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
Research and Markets ( http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/p4cn9v/site_potentials) has announced the addition of the "Site Potentials for Biomass Power Plants in Poland (Analyst Version)" report to their offering.
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The Polish market for renewable energies has reached a turning point. The new Polish Act on Renewable Energy Sources entails new opportunities for developing biomass power plant projects including locations of the wood or furniture industry.
At present, mono-incinerators at such locations produce less than five per cent of the Polish electricity from biomass. Most potentially favourable locations have not yet been developed.
Instead, almost 80 per cent of the biomass electricity and more than a third of the renewable energies in Poland are generated through co-incinerating biomass in coal power plants.
The new Polish Act on Renewable Energy Sources is scheduled to come into effect in the second half of 2013. According to this law, the support of co-incinerators should decrease significantly in the future.
By contrast, smaller biomass power plants, mono-incinerators and electricity generation by using combined hear and power (CHP) technology should receive stronger support. At the same time, the goals in terms of developing and boosting renewable energies are once again increasing.
In light of this development, experts have jointly analysed the market for electricity generation from solid biomass in detail. The report focuses on the identification of industrial locations that produce large amounts of biomass.
The analyst version of the report Site Potentials for Biomass Power Plants in Poland includes:
- A detailed analysis of the current and future legislation for promoting renewable energies and electricity generation from solid biomass in Poland.
- An evaluation of the biomass streams that are currently being used as fuel in biomass power plants, including their amounts and sources.
Key Topics Covered:
Preface for the analyst version
Part 1: Legislation and market
1 Country data
2 The electricity market in Poland
3 Renewable energy and CHP legislation
4 Current market
Part 2: Solid biomass streams
5 Forest wood residues
6 Wood processing industry
7 Agricultural biomass
8 Recycling wood and landscape residues
9 Export / import
Table of figures
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