Biomass Energy Company:  3 Bio energy Innovators

A biomass energy company is an eco friendly alternative that more and more people are turning to for their energy needs. From heating, to fueling their vehicles, people around the globe have made a choice to go green for good. 

In this article we will be discussing the 3 biomass energy companies that are leaders in the alternative energy market.


Biomass Company: Biomass Engineering Limited

Biomass engineering Limited is an international leader in the design, production and installation of Biomass Gasification CHP Systems.

They are considered pioneers in the development of biomass technology, having invested more than fifteen years of research and development and have been supported by some of the UK’s leading academia in the field.

Biomass Engineering Limited has been able to help public and private organizations across the world to utilize the power of biomass technology by producing carbon neutral, modular distributed alternative energy.

Biomass Engineering utilizes energy crops, waste wood, wood chippings and forestry wood as a source of fuel. This fuel is fed into a gasification process which produces a gas which is fed into engines that in turn produce a clean form of biomass energy.

In 2012, Biomass Engineering won the design competition for the CCHP scheme for the Hongqiao Central Business District in Shanghai. Work is now underway by Biomass on the Design Concept Optimization.

Contact Info:

http://www.biomass.uk.com/

Biomass Engineering Limited

Junction Lane

Sankey Valley Industrial Estate

Newton-le-Willows

WA12 8DN

 

T: +44 (0)1925 295959

T: +44 (0)1925 220338

F: +44 (0)1925 220135

E: info@biomass.uk.com


 

Biomass Energy Company: Caletta Renewable Energy

Caletta is a biomass energy company engaged in the business of project development and the application of advanced technology for the conversion of biomass and waste materials for energy generation and/or fuel production.

Caletta is a partnership between Palmer Paving Corporation and Barletta Engineering.

The Palmer Paving Corporation is the owner of the proposed site in Springfield, MA for the PRE biomass-to-power project.

PPC will focus on strategies for project planning, facility design and permitting for all phases of the project.

PPC executives have specific experience in waste remediation technologies and in all phases of permitting, and construction in the Commonwealth.

PPC will assist Barletta with the application of the fluidized bed technology with specific reference to the biomass waste streams that are available on and near their site in Springfield on a daily basis.

Barletta Engineering is a Canton, MA based company.

Barletta will be involved in providing engineering, procurement and construction services, along with associated mechanical completion guarantees and bonding, for the PRE project.

With over 80 years of experience and 250 employees, Barletta has established a reputation for completing general construction, environmental remediation, and power plant construction projects to owner specifications, while maintaining established time and budget stipulations.

Barletta's projects range in complexity and diversity.

They include construction of light rail, water and waste water treatment plants, highways and bridges, police stations and libraries, traditional and alternative fuel for power generation, as well as remediation of contaminated sites and solid waste management facility construction.

The Barletta Engineering staff includes more than 15 project managers, engineers and engineering technicians; 25 construction managers, project superintendents and assistant superintendents; and over 100 field personnel including field engineers, equipment operators, laborers, masons and carpenters.

Currently, Barletta Engineering schedules nearly $250 million in contracts annually with values ranging from $5 million to $100 million.

Contact Info:

Caletta Renewable Energy, LLC

http://www.calettarenewable.com/

    40 Shawmut Road

    Suite 200

    Canton, MA 02021

    781-737-1892

    FAX: 781-821-2236

Email: info@calettarenewable.com

 

 

Biomass Energy Company: Aventine Renewable Energy, Inc.

Aventine Renewable Energy, Inc. is a leading biomass energy company that produces and markets ethanol and related by-products.

Through their production facilities they market and distribute ethanol to many of the leading energy companies in the U.S.

Their biomass energy company campus is located on the east bank of the Illinois River, approximately 160 miles southwest of Chicago. This bio company has been producing ethanol at this facility since 1981.  The facility was originally built in 1899 as a sugar processing facility. 

Through the years, the facility has undergone numerous upgrades and changes before and since the production of ethanol began in 1981. 

The Pekin biomass energy company campus has two distinct facilities; one utilizing the wet mill process for producing ethanol and another utilizing the dry mill process for producing ethanol.

The Pekin wet mill is one of the few coal-fired, corn wet mill plants in the U.S., and currently has the capacity to produce approximately 100 million gallons of ethanol annually. 

The wet mill is the original mill at the Pekin site.  The wet mill consumes approximately 38.5 million bushels of corn annually at full capacity.

Co-products produced by the wet mill include corn gluten feed, corn germ, corn meal, distiller's’ yeast and corn condensed distillers solubles (“CCDS”). 

In addition, the fermentation process yields carbon dioxide.  These co-products are sold for various consumer uses into large commodity markets.

Corn gluten feed, corn gluten meal and CCDS are used as animal feed ingredients, corn germ is sold for the extraction of corn oil for human consumption, and carbon dioxide is sold for food-grade use such as beverage carbonation and dry ice.

The Pekin dry mill was added in January 2007 and can produce 57 million gallons of ethanol annually. 

The fuel source for the Pekin dry mill is natural gas. 

The co-products produced by the dry mill include both wet and dry distiller’s grains with solubles and carbon dioxide. 

Distiller’s grain products are used as animal feed.  The carbon dioxide is sold for food-grade use such as beverage carbonation and dry ice. 

Contact Info:

http://www.aventinerei.com/

Aventine Renewable Energy, Inc.

1300 S 2nd Street

Pekin, IL 61554

Phone: 309-347-9200

 

Employment Information:

Aventine Renewable Energy

Attn: Human Resources

1300 South 2nd Street

Pekin, IL 61554

Phone: 309-347-9375

Fax: 309-347-4270

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