The definition of biomass energy? Biomass energy is a renewable organic materials, such as wood, agricultural crops or wastes, and municipal wastes, especially when used as a source of fuel or energy. Biomass can be burned directly or processed into biofuels such as bio ethanol and methane. Biomass is certainly a renewable feedstock, and it is certainly used to produce renewable energy, like bio ethanol.
A biomass energy or biomass power expert or consultant is someone with the education and experience in the particular form of biomass in question. They will be of assistance in process design, testing or improvement, research and development, feedstock supply and offtake, and much more. The biomass energy expert may assist investors in selecting the right biomass technology, in assessing biomass costs, or in preparing due diligence/feasibility studies and loan/grant applications. During design, the biomass energy expert may perform a peer review of the design, prepare cost opinions and assist with permit applications. During construction, the biomass energy consultant might assist with construction oversight of the facility and provide commissioning reports. They may also provide operator training, start-up assistance and management to assist in making the facilities run as smoothly and efficiently as possible. Especially in matters involving ethanol fuel or ethanol gas, the biomass energy expert can be of valuable assistance. In matters involving biomass litigation, the consultant may serve an expert witness and assist the attorneys with understanding the processes and related technical issues and may testify in court about biomass technology, economics and related matters.
At Lee Enterprises Consulting, we have a number of highly qualified biomass experts available to assist you with any related matters. Feel free to call or email us for more information.