We know that biomass boilers contain wood fired boiler, rice husk fired boiler, palm shell boiler and so on, while about biomass boiler cost, we take the cost of wood fired boiler for example.
Wood fuel is a competitive source of heat compared to most fossil fuels such as oil, and even natural gas when looking in the long to medium term. It has the potential to offer end-users affordable energy that to some extent can be insulated from increases in fossil fuel prices. It also has perhaps the lowest cost of all renewable energy technologies. Main types of wood fuel are: wood pellets, wood chips and logs.
The cost per unit of fuel energy is not the same as cost per unit of delivered heat which will depend on the efficiency of the boiler or stove, and may also include other charges such as service and maintenance for heat supply contracts. All prices are prone to significant variation with geographical region, order quantities, contract value and duration, time of year, delivery distance etc. The wood fuel costs are averages based on current English Wood Fuels rates.
Moisture content is a critical parameter for wood fuel. Most wood fuel boilers are designed to operate with fuel of moisture content of a limited range. Attempting to use fuel that is outside this range will result in the boiler either operating inefficiently, with increased emissions, or trip out the control system and fail to function at all. The right fuel is vital to the correct operation of boilers and stoves. Moisture has a significant impact on the calorific value of fuel as well as its cost.
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