Biomass is organic material derived from a wide variety of plant matter (not related to food production) that can be converted into electricity in an environmentally friendly and sustainable manner.
It has achieved global acceptance as a long term renewable replacement for fossil fuels, it is a highly efficient form of energy conversion (especially relative to coal) and its use for power production contributes towards the reduction of greenhouse gasses due to its “carbon neutral” status, which due to the fossil fuel displacement value of the power produced, generates positive carbon emissions credits.
Biomass feedstock are micro propogated at our biotechnology laboratories, so as to produce identical saplings that are disease resisant, asexual (non- invasive) and climatised. It is estimated that 1 MW/h = 200 acres of biomass feedstock calcualted at 40 tons per acre per annum). By controlling the volume of feedstock, one can then provide a guaranteed 24/7 supply of sustainable renewable electricity.