Download the calculator and find out how much CO2 an energy plant will save by switching from gas/coal to pellets.

In Europe efforts are made on a daily basis to fight climate change. One of today's key priority is to drastically cut greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. We face a situation where all possible measures and actions should be carefully taken in consideration in order to complete our long-term goal of a highly energy efficient and low-carbon economy.

It is with this in mind that this calculator provides simple yet powerful information on the potential benefits of replacing current fuels with biomass in a power and/or heat plant. This excel tool has been developed to specifically calculate the CO2 savings in the event of a switch from gas/coal to pellets.

The tool is based on the methodology of the Renewable Energy Directive (REDII). However, the tool is kept intentionally as simple as possible for non-professional users. The objective is NOT to provide a tool for RED compliance but to quantify the climate benefit of bioenergy.

Results will give an approximation as real emission savings vary from one plant to another.

For more information, please contact Laura Losada Asensio.

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    09-10-2019
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