Good prospects for biomass boilers

Biomass boilers are biomass fuels that are divided into biomass steam boilers, biomass hot water boilers, biomass heat transfer oil boilers, vertical biomass boilers, and horizontal biomass boilers. China has abundant biomass resources and has a large market space for replacing coal-fired boilers. The biomass boiler heating has already provided the basis and conditions for industrialization, and has great development potential. It can be used as energy utilization for crop straw, agricultural product processing residues and forestry residual resources of about 400 million tons of standard coal per year.
The Energy Bureau will develop biomass boiler heating as an important measure to deal with air pollution, and strive to establish and improve policy measures to develop biomass heating. The Energy Bureau has also developed guidance on the development of biomass heat supply, clarifying the development ideas, positioning, goals, tasks and measures. The task of air pollution is heavier, the coal-fired boilers are phased out, the biomass energy heating planning and implementation plan is organized, and the biomass heating boiler heating market is started.
Today, with the rapid development of economic development, the development trend of biomass boilers is good. First of all, the total amount of biomass resources is large, and the accessibility is strong, and the resources and the market are easy to match. Secondly, the fuel characteristics meet the market demand. Biomass energy is the only renewable fuel that can be stored and transported to meet the needs of diverse heating markets. Third, the energyization of biomass resources and the degree of industrialization of technology are high. Biomass energy can generate electricity at the technical level, can supply heat, and can also be used as a transportation fuel to completely replace fossil energy in the three major energy terminal markets. This is biomass energy. Compared to the comparative advantages of other renewable energy varieties. Fourth, biomass energy is the same as existing fossil energy, with chemical properties, close traits, and the replacement of fossil energy without changing the existing energy infrastructure. It is economically stronger than other new energy sources.