Entrade commissions small-scale CHP plant in Japan

In Japan, six years after the natural disaster and the reactor catastrophe in Japan’s Fukushima prefecture, Gov. Masao Uchibori inaugurated a small-scale biomass power plant at health resort Nishigo, the first of a series of plants that Entrade said it plans to build in coming weeks.

Entrade’s E3 design a micro combined-heat-and-power system that provides a decentralized energy supply in developed and emerging markets. In a high-temperature reactor, the compact power station module uses solid biomass to generate high-quality syngas, which is used to produce up to 25 kW of electricity and 60 kW of thermal energy.

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