IDC develops biomass plants
Production of electricity and heat at low cost
Biomass consists of organic components - plant and animal - derived mainly from the collection and processing of agricultural crops and forest.
These products have a calorific value equal to about one third of that of the oil and dependent on the water content, but their availability in nature is more widespread than that of fossil fuels.
In its transformation from raw material to energy, the biomass undergoes a series of processes and transformations that range from the processes of pre-treatment (some sources such as wood do not require such treatments), the processes of transformation (as in the case of vegetable waste , municipal waste or crop oil), to the conversion of biomass into heat energy, the conversion of thermal energy into electrical energy.
IDC and its partners are developing several biomass plants to be included in major African companies that are involved in the agricultural development of the country.
The installed plant will save money on the production of electricity and heat necessary to maintain the needs of the entire farm.