BioPower Operations Corporation (Symbol: BOPO)

BioPower Operations Corporation (Symbol: BOPO) is a public company focused on utilizing waste conversion technologies to convert wastes into electricity and premium renewable synthetic fuel. All WtE projects are developed through Green3Power (G3P), a 100% owned subsidiary of BioPower.

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ABOUT US

G3P management team has:

G3P management team has:

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TECHNOLOGY

TECHNOLOGY

Green3Power offers thermally efficient,

Green3Power offers thermally efficient, and scalable Waste-to-Energy designs that convert solid waste into sustainability generated Electricity or Premium Liquid Renewable Synthetic Diesel Fuel by using.

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Committed to Sustainability

Committed to Sustainability

Green3Power’s complete Air Fed Gasification System

Green3Power's complete Air Fed Gasification System provides clean, reliable power, and utilizes renewable resources as fuel. It consists of FIVE stages of treatment. These treatment stages are essential to the efficient and clean operation of any gasification system, and are designed to minimize the quantity of ash generated by the system, minimize the quantity of heavy metals and hazardous constituents in the flue gas, improve the energy efficiency, and provide the highest level of performance and protection for human health and the environment available in the market place.

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PROJECTS

PROJECTS

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  • St. Lucie County

    a Fischer Tropsch Reactor and Fuel Production System, and highly effective flue gas treatment system. When in full operation, the projected $228 million budget for the St. Lucie plant including insurance costs will produce approximately 64,000 gal/day of ultra-low sulfur renewable synthetic fuel and 16,000 gal/day of Naptha with projected revenues of more than $83 million annually, varying with the price of fuel. The anticipated internal rate of return on the project investment is approximately twenty percent 20% with an EBIDTA of approximately $56.0 million in Year 1. The plant will create approximately 221 direct new jobs in the St. Lucie area at the facility. Hundreds of jobs will be created during the construction of the facility and hundreds of indirect jobs will be created once the facility is in operation. The power plant will feature an effective flue gas clean up train to ensure that regulated emissions are far below the concentrations allowed under Federal air quality standards. The up-flow fluidized bed gasifiers to be used at the new facility have been in waste to energy service for more than 33 years. The project management team consists of the following team members:

  • Mitrovica

    When in full operation, the new $61.55 million power plant will generate a minimum average of 9.0 MW/day of electrical power to the Grid, while earning revenues of more than $25.1 million annually. The plant will create approximately 366 new jobs in the Mitrovica area. The power plant will feature an effective flue gas clean up train to ensure that regulated emissions are far below the concentrations allowed under Kosovo, EU, and USEPA air quality standards. The rotary kiln fluidized bed gasifiers to be used at the new facility are of the type shown above and have been in waste to energy service for more than 30 years. The project management team consists of the following team members:

  • Kenya

    Green3Power International and Togo Technologies are well into process of developing a 144 MW, 4,800 tonnes/day (Tpd) Gasification Facility in Kakamega, Kenya. The Gasification Facility will receive approximately 4,800 Tpd of municipal solid waste, hazardous medical waste, industrial waste as well as approximately 10 tonnes/day of used tires, and generate a nameplate capacity of more than 144 MW, with available power of 120 MW, and a minimum average of 108 MW to the Grid 24 hrs/day, 365 days/yr. The Gasification Facility includes a Sorting Facility to remove recyclables and heavy metals, an in-line jacketed Waste Dryer, a Gasifier, a Cyclone to remove particulate matter from the synthesis gas, a Slagging Unit, a high efficiency, a high temperature and high pressure HRSG Boiler, a four-stage Steam Turbine/Generator, and a highly effective flue gas treatment system.

Process

Process

Waste-to-energy

Waste-to-energy (WtE) or energy-from-waste (EfW) is the process of generating energy in the form of electricity and/or heat from the primary treatment of waste.

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