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David D.

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Global Green Power PLC Corporation - Technology & Methodologies for Agricultural Waste - Collection, Densification, Transport & Storage

Co-Founder and Advisor to the Global Green Power Group

Global Green Power PLC Corporation is always looking for innovative and efficient equipment, technology and methodologies to enhance the collection, transportation and storage of agricultural wastes to e used as fuel for our biomass power plants.

Please feel free to contact us if you have interesting ideas.

David de Montaigne
david@global-green-power.com
+63 (0)2 635 9688

Global Green Power PLC Corporation is a Philippine Company dedicated to the development and acquisition of Renewable Energy power plants within the South East Asian (SEA) region. The comany is currently focused on the...

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  • Steven L.

    Steven

    Steven L.

    Renewable Energy Engineer at Ontario Ministry of Environment

    I think you could probably use the same kind of equipment used for making wood pellets from forest waste biomass. The biomass is chipped and shredded into small particles then compressed into little pellets that are uniform in size; and with high density they are easy to transport and store until ready for use in the combustion system.

  • mojtaba R.

    mojtaba

    mojtaba R.

    FOUNDER &DIRECTOR+- KAVIRESABZ FOUNDATION

    I visited philippine in 1994, through A .P.O.( Asian Productivity Organization ) programs. I,studied more than 5 villages which were making pellets from rice straws,to provide fuel for their cooking.This bio fuel production system was very well developed. We argued why not leave rice straws on the ground as natural fertilizer for next year's crops or feed it to animals?.Any comments.

  • Michael

    Michael W.

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    Take a look at "AgriTechnica" , November 2013 in Hannover or "IFAT" in Munic or Shanghai. On these fairs you can find new developments for renewable energie even the waste is fluid or dry.
    @ mojtaba: If you take all the straw form the fields, you will destroy the humus balance for a long time

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