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Belgian utility co-fires biocoal

In Amel, Belgium, one utility company has co-fired fossil coal with biocoal supplied by renewable energy company 4Energy Invest.

4Energy Invest manufactures the biocoal, which it made from black torrefied woodchips, in its large-scale production unit.

The co-firing trial lasted for around 20 hours. The utility reported successful results as it did not have to modify the existing power plant to co-fire biocoal.