AESI has used our substantial experience in Biomass To Power to derive very robust, long lived, modular solutions for our industrial, commercial and institutional customers. These solutions come about from our four primary features:
Our system solutions are very deliberately designed, focused and are an AESI trademarked, replicating, approach which we refer to as EWES. AESI’s design approach is anchored in the definitions below. The ability to accept varied biomass fuels in our Vertically Integrated Gasification & Combustion (VIGC) boilers while producing steam differentiates AESI from other providers
Designing and constructing commercial power plants to on sell electrical power is a significant undertaking and public utilities will spend upwards of $17,000 per kwe to develop one.
Selling commercial power usually requires a front end agreement, performance of an interconnection study, preparation of a plan to enable connect, penalties for missing minimum delivery's, penalties for not meeting delivery stability factors, and others.
Above all, the commercial power plant, which has a single revenue stream, needs to maximize delivery from core equipment, which demands high pressure steam turbines, heat recovery systems, sophisticated control packages and more.
Making and using high pressure steam introduces several operational challenges. Such plants are expensive, more complex, and higher risk. The only effective method to reach needed pressures is through a hybrid boiler with enhancements. All plant pressure containing components have to be constructed of high strength materials, frequently alloys, increasing costs; as steam pressures rise, so do the risks which in turn increases the training and safety requirements on plant operations.