A new generation of power
In the era of Renewable Portfolio Standards, power plants are looking at biodiesel as a source of cleaner burning, renewable fuel. Many states have adopted incentives to encourage this transition.
A recent study by the Electric Power Research Institute (http://my.epri.com) on behalf of the New York Power Authority tested 20% biodiesel (B20) co-fired with residual fuel oil. The results were summarized as “highly successful” with “no issues regarding operability and performance.” The study concluded: “All emissions were either reduced, or at a minimum, did not experience an increase. Flame stability was slightly improved.” World Energy supplied the biodiesel.
World Energy is at the forefront of bringing biodiesel to the power generation market. We can explain the benefits and review the economics of making the switch to biodiesel. To learn more, please contact: