FutureMetics has published a new white paper explaining why countries, states and provinces that seriously consider reducing carbon emissions in the power sector should seek to use wood pellets instead of coal.
This short three-page white paper highlights the fact that the UK is a real-world example of how particle fuel blended coal-fired power plants can be part of a solution to reduce carbon emissions.
In the paper, FutureMetrics pointed out that Drax Power Station and Lynemouth Power Station are two of the largest particulate fuel power generation facilities in the UK. The white paper chart shows the energy structure of the UK on October 19 this week, indicating that the UK's pellet combustion power generation is taking on Partial peak load, which reduces the need to use coal and natural gas. The chart also shows insufficient wind power generation earlier this week, as well as daily peaks and valleys of solar power generation.
According to FutureMetrics, it is clear that using pellet fuel to generate electricity provides reliable on-demand baseline and peak capacity. In addition, the paper emphasizes that 'this strategy is the only way to generate regenerative thermoelectricity that is unaffected by uncontrollable changes and intermittent effects. . '
The full white paper can be downloaded from the FutureMetrics website: https://www.futuremetrics.info/