Date: Tuesday, 27 April 2021
Time: 11:45 - 12:45 CEST
Session code IBO.2
Advances in Small Scale Thermochemical Conversion
Chp with Biomass-Updraft Gasifiers - 10 Years Flowing Against the Current
Short Introductive summary
ReGaWatt GmbH designs and builds highly efficient energy systems based on all sorts of lignin based biomasses. The core technological component is an updraft gasifier with a fuel input capacity ranging from 1 to 5 MW.
By combining this very robust gasifier with different modules for clean combustion, gas cleaning units, gas engines, ORC plants, heat recovery etc., the Kombi Power System® was born.
References are found in Germany, Switzerland and the Netherlands.
After 10 years of development, pilot plants and commercial 2nd generation plants, we are now driven by making the Kombi Power System more cost-efficient and fuel flexible. For this purposes, a small test gasifer unit, fully equipped with gas cooling and ESP has been designed and erected. In this facility, we now have also the opportunity to test and evaluate special customer fuels.
1996, after completing his studies in Munich, Klaus Röhrmoser worked as a project manager and finally from 2008 as authorized officer at Gammel Engineering GmbH. Since 2010, he is CEO of the company ReGaWatt GmbH and was among other things responsible for the development of the “Kombi-Power-System”.
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Session reference: IBO.2.2