New innovation for Italian CHP company

A young Italian company that studies, plans and builds gasification and cogeneration systems has come up with a new innovation in combined heat and power technology.

Future Green has developed a system that can use wood chip with medium-high (< to 40÷50 per cent) moisture content.

These CHP systems find application in all those fields where wood-cellulose wastes can be found and can be profitably used with renewable energy CHP units with short ROI and extremely low maintenance costs.

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