Lippel offers integrated solutions for biomass, being awarded internationally and having long experience in the manufacture of equipment for power generation.
Fossil energy is an ample supply in the twentieth century, where it quickly enabled industrial development, where in a short time developed countries developed. It is essential to maintain the supply of energy. However, this offer is limited, and its exhaustion would cause serious problems for the world economy. For the tendency to increase the use of energy with the decrease in supply would tend to fall throughout the economy. However, damage to the ecosystem would be another serious problem with fossil fuels.
In recent years, new forms of energy generation have been discussed and studied to address this issue. Sustainability must be taken into account. Wind, solar and biomass are examples of sustainable energy sources, which are already used in several countries, and has been deployed in several others.
Biomass has its advantages, taking as an example the quality in the generation of heat, which is constant with the great calorific value. Another advantage of the energy provided by biomass is a large part of agricultural remnants, which were previously not used but discarded and burned, which is the case of rice husk, coffee, bagasse and many other waste. As well as reforestation woods such as eucalyptus and pine. In Europe, around 50% of renewable energy comes from biomass, as this energy has an important position in the generation of renewable energies.