VYNCKE solutions “reduces 5.8 million tons of CO2 emissions annually”
Food and feed businesses all over the world are looking for pathways to decarbonisation. The awareness that biomass is one of the solutions keeps growing. Many industries have a biomass side-stream or waste-stream, which Vyncke energy plants valorise by turning into energy for their production processes or into electricity for the public grid. Around the world, energy plants installed by Vyncke are estimated to have a combined capacity to reduce CO2 emissions by up to 5.8 million tons annually, the company said.
When people think of biomass, many will immediately think about wood chips and wood pellets, but there are many different agricultural and food processing waste-streams which, until recently, have been undervalued.
The agriculture and food industry are major consumers of energy worldwide. Food processing facilities often require large quantities of process heat and electrical power to deliver finished food products at the highest standards of quality. annually, the company said.
Most facilities also generate organic by-products ranging from sunflower...