Presentation on theme: "Leading the Way in Bioenergy: Successes in Small Communities November 27, 2013 David Dubois - Project Coordinator Wood Waste to Rural Heat Project."— Presentation transcript:
Leading the Way in Bioenergy: Successes in Small Communities November 27, 2013 David Dubois - Project Coordinator Wood Waste to Rural Heat Project
Wood Waste to Rural Heat - Project Goals Work with communities, First Nations and Not-for-Profits assisting them to understand and adopt biomass heating solutions Previously known as the Green Heat Initiative Independent source of Information
Biomass is one of least expensive form of Energy in BC Comparative Energy Prices in BC 1 Fuel Type Unit Sale size Retail Price Natural Gas GJ$11-12/GJ PropaneLitre$0.48-0.63/l Fuel OilLitre$0.74-0.97/l ElectricitykWh ¢ 6.8-8.3/kWh Ponderosa Pine Cord$200-250/cord Wood Chips Green Tonne $35-55/Tonne Pellets (Retail) Tonne$175-210/tonne
Biomass Heating - Using Wood Chips or Pellets as Fuel Enderby District Heating System Baldy Hughes Treatment Centre Biomass District Heat Before – Oil Fired After – Biomass Fired http://www.thefullwiki.org/Beehive_burner
Fink District Heating System in Enderby – Technical Specs Heat Storage Tank Fuel Storage Bunker Boiler
Lillooet REC Centre Case Study www.ruralbcgreenenergy.com 193 tonnes CO 2 e reduction
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