The use of natural gas as fuel for firing is state of the art. Natural gas is easy to handle, and it yields very good production results.
However, regulatory pressure calling for reduced CO2 emissions is on the rise now, so it appears expedient to consider the use of other fuels, as well. Biomass, for example offers a number of relevant advantages:
First of all, it is a quick way to dramatically reduce CO2 emissions. According to EU Directive 2018/410 dated 19 March 2018, biomass continues to count as a CO2-neutral fuel, at least for the period between 2021 and 2030. At the same...