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Another large scale project with biomass power plants from Spanner Re² GmbH goes on grid in Japan and also protects the population from allergies by reducing sickle fir pollen. With around 1.8 MW of electricity, it is one of Spanner Re²'s largest projects and once again demonstrates the know-how of the market leader.
Mafia Island is an insider tip among travel lovers when heading to Tanzania. Along with tourism, rural Sowoe forestry is one of the dominant branches of industry on the island. Above all, coconut and cashew nut plantations determine the vegetation of the industrious islanders. The valuable wood is also used in the furniture industry.
Rising oil prices and the CO2 problem - reasons that, more than ever, encourage a rethinking of energy production. With CO2-neutral wood gas CHPs from Spanner Re², there is an alternative: Generate decentralized electricity and heat for your company from wood.
For 35 years, the company Biogas Hochreiter GmbH from Schnaitsee in Upper Bavaria has been operating globally functioning and, above all, highly reliable plant systems in the field of wood gas technology. In particular, combined heat and power plants with 300kW electrical output in combination with the proven wood gasification systems from Spanner Re² GmbH promises a highly efficient solution in the area of large-scale systems with CO2-neutral wood gas technology.
Here we introduce you to a customer from Spanner Re² who generates electricity & heat from pallets and other wood waste. He uses a simple shredder to chop his waste wood, which is then freed from impurities such as nails. Spanner Re² also offers a simple way to avoid foreign matter such as metal and stones in order to increase the running time of the plant.
As part of a repowering project by Spanner Re², the 50-year-old 6-cylinder marine diesel with a displacement of 231 liters was able to continue to supply the Lechner excavator and woodchipping company in Ellenberg with electricity and heat from woodchippings.