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Production Potential of Electricity from Biomass in Turkey

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Electricity production from biomass has been found to be a promising method in the near future. Turkey has a large potential for biomass energy. Various agricultural residues such as grain dust, wheat straw, and hazelnut shell are available in Turkey as the sources of biomass energy. The future of biomass electricity generation lies in biomass integrated gasification/gas turbine technology, which offers high-energy conversion efficiencies. The electricity is produced by direct combustion of biomass, advanced direct combustion, gasification, and pyrolysis technologies, which are almost ready for commercial scale use. The major research and developments of the biomass power industry are focusing on gasifier scale-up, system analysis, and site-specific commercial feasibility studies.
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Keywords: BIOMASS; DIRECT COMBUSTION; ELECTRICITY; GASIFICATION; PYROLYSIS

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: October 1, 2002

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