ZeroPoint Clean Tech has completed the initial field commissioning of its biomass gasification Renewable Combined Heat and Power (CHP) solution at a project site in Schwarze-Pumpe, Germany.
The Schwarze-Pumpe project will utilize the ZeroPoint solution to power used Jenbacher gas engines.
During commissioning, the ZeroPoint Renewable CHP solution produced synthesis gas that is suitable for fueling reciprocating engines on a stand-alone basis or by blending with landfill gas or natural gas.
The ZeroPoint Renewable CHP solution produces sequestered carbon in the form of biochar as a co-product.
The Schwarze-Pumpe renewable project is expected to start selling power onto the grid within several weeks.
ZeroPoint said its Renewable CHP solution can be sized to power a wide range of distributed energy projects.