Shanxi Shuozhou launches a pilot project for the use of biomass stoves

08.21, 2020
After the working conference of the decisive victory over the blue sky defense war in Shanxi Province and the whole city was held, Shuocheng District, Shuozhou City, Shanxi Province took immediate action to relaunch the decisive victory over the blue sky defense war, raise the bid, and strengthen.
Consolidate coal management and control to prevent coal pollution. Shuocheng District continues to carry out coal cleaning and banning work, demolishing civilian stoves and stoves in the transformation area; constructing 3 high-quality coal distribution points, and promoting 6 towns (subdistricts), 59 villages, and 28977 within 5 kilometers of the built-up area Allotment of high-quality coal to households At the same time, actively seek national and provincial subsidies for the comprehensive utilization of straw, build a biomass fuel processing plant, and carry out a pilot project for the use of biomass stoves in Jiazhuang Township to completely resolve the lack of central heating, coal to gas, and coal to electricity The problem of the replacement of loose coal in the conditional area will prevent the pollution of loose coal from the source.
Concentrate on the transformation of centralized heating and expand the coverage of heating. Shuocheng District actively connects with Tongmei Shuonan Power Plant and Shuangliang Heating Company, implements the Shuonan Power Plant's combined heat and power project, and initiates the “one grid, three sources” heating mode; actively promotes the five major leaders of Nanguan, West Street, and Jingde Community Reconstruction of the old area, and at the same time expand and extend the areas not covered by centralized heating in the Dayun Vegetable Market, Heliyuan Community and some corners of the urban village in the built-up area, involving 1921 households with more than 6,500 people, covering a total area of ​​48.9 10,000 square meters; 8 new heat exchange stations, 6.5 kilometers of primary heating pipe network, 111 kilometers of secondary pipe network, and more than 2 million square meters of new heating area. At present, a feasibility study has been prepared, and relevant procedures such as planning and environmental assessment have been processed simultaneously. It is expected to start construction in late April, and strive to be put into use by the end of the year.
The biomass gasifier developed and produced by our company uses rice husk, straw, wood chips, bagasse and other agricultural and forestry wastes to gasify into combustible gas instead of expensive and tight petroleum resources for heating and power generation applications. Better overall economic benefits, and at the same time can eliminate environmental pollution caused by direct incineration of agricultural and forestry wastes. This new energy model that uses modern technology to develop and utilize biomass energy is of great significance for establishing a sustainable energy system, promoting social and economic development and improving the ecological environment.