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Technical Partners International Inc.
Toronto - Canada, Riga - Latvia,

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Cogeneration - Biomass & Energy from Waste


Technical Partners have become experts in a new technology that is only now becoming commercially interesting both from the environmental and financial points of view.

Combined Heat and Power (CHP) plants using Advanced Thermal Treatment Technology (ATT) achieve very high efficiencies from energy generation and thermal recovery, and enables recycling of a wide range of biomass and waste. Biomass (e.g. crops, grass, compost, timber, residue from agricultural production, sewage sludge) and/or waste (e.g. municipal solid waste, hospital waste, hazardous waste, tires, pesticides, oil based products) can be transformed into a gas using gasification and pyrolysis. The gas is scrubbed and then used to run a turbine or gas-engine, and heat generated from its operating is used in local, industrial or district heating.

High temperature “burning” of waste in a basically oxygen free environment results in the near elimination of all pollutants, particularly dioxins. After the process is complete, the resulting syngas is so clean it can drive the electrical generators and hence is more efficient even than the steam cycle in other, relatively new technologies.

Combined heat and power (CHP) plant capacity

Combined heat and power measures are easy to apply to local conditions and could be designed to meet local requirements.

We offer CHP plants from 0.5MW to 4MW electrical power for in-house use or for the local electrical company’s transmission lines, and up to 8 MW heat production, again for local consumption or for district heating systems.

35,000 tonnes per year of waste or biomass will produce 4 MWel and 8 MWth.

This is particularly suitable for local municipalities and companies who:

  • Have access to waste and where a gate fee is paid by the company collecting waste;
  • have production processes that generate waste (biomass); for example, food processing companies, poultry farms etc.
  • can transfer heat to district-heating systems or production processes.
  • can transfer power to the local electrical transmission network. 

A CHP plant provides:

  • A ”green” solution to producing heat and electricity;
  • lower heating costs;
  • energy from renewable resources;
  • a solution to waste management problems. 

Our specialists will help you to select projects which are the most profitable and appropriate for local requirements.

In connection with cogeneration station projects we are developing:

  • User requirement specifications (URS) for equipment purchases;
  • Environment Projects, Environmental Impact Assessments;
  • Business plans;
  • Detail design. 

We provide project management for the implementation of cogeneration plants.

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