An Act to Incorporate the London and Canadian Loan and Agency Company (Limited) (Classic Reprint): Allan Napier Macnab
Research Paper (postgraduate) from the year 2019 in the subject Energy Sciences, Edinburgh Napier University, language: English, abstract: The present report involves the studies the integration of two renewables energies for the energy generation. Specifically, the Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC) technology and the fuel produced from the biomass gasification process. Furthermore, it considers the energy analysis of the hybrid system and its challenges. At the same time, it incorporates the UK regulations associated with it is functioning in the domestic area. Moreover, it includes market projections and applications. The benefit of using the biomass as fuel is that the feedstock is a renewable source. As a result, it allows declining wastes and greenhouse gas emissions. The comparable way, the positive attributes of the SOFC technology make the integration of biomass-SOFC a clean alternative of energy production due to the cogeneration capacity of the hybrid system. Nevertheless, the challenges of this system are thermal expansion and corrosion phenomenon in the SOFC components, and impurities elements resulting in the gasification process of biomass, that under control situation is possible to apply this technology with a significant performance.