1. THE BIOMASS RESOURCES OF SOUTHERN-ESTONIA As the one of the main goals of this Action Plan is to promote the usage of already existing and economically feasible technologies, the potential biomass resources were estimated through two main technologies for producing energy: a) burning biomass in boilers;
The reliability of the Biodom 27 C5 boiler is the result of many years of investments into the development of biomass heating systems and practical experiences in their installation and maintenance. Biodom 27 C5 is a system of complete combustion of wood biomass, including an automatic ignition and pellet feed.
The installed thermal capacity of the Danpower Eesti AS company-owned boiler houses is approximately 40 MW. Heat generation is based on more than 95% biomass from wood chips and sawdust. Danpower Eesti AS has been offering a service center in Võru to support its German customers via phone or in writing. Take a look at further information about our boiler house Võrukivi and our boiler house Võrusoo an.
Biomass is the Estonian biggest source of renewable energy with total installed capacity of 118,85 MW. In 2016 743 GWh of electricity was produced from biomass which accounts for 52% of the whole renewable production. Biogas installed capacity is 10,56 MW with 46 GWh of annual electricity production in 2016. For more information about biogas in Estonia, please visit Estonian Biogas Association website.
Ulma AB is a Swedish Biomass boiler producer with a wide range of boilers/burners and ancillary equipment for the wood pellet industry. The company began production in 2004 and has continued to develop the product range since then. The company currently exports to the US and a large proportion of Distributor in Keila, ESTONIA.
Oct 01, 2017 · Tallinn municipal energy utility OÜ Utilitas Tallinna Elektrijaam, a subsidiary of Estonia-based Utilitas Energy Group has officially inaugurated a new biomass-fired combined heat and power (CHP) plant with 67 MW thermal and 21.4 MW electric capacity in Tallinn, Estonia. The plant will supply up to 20 percent of the city's district heating needs.