Biomass and waste fired energy plants

Biomass such as wood, straw, chaff or other organic residues are available in large quantities. Using biomass as a fuel is significantly cheaper than natural gas and diesel.

HoSt, founded in 1991 by Holec and Stork and since 1999 an independent company, is active in designing, building, operating and maintenance of biomass fired energy plants for over more than 25 years.

The combustion technology is highly flexible in applicable fuels: such as moisture contents ranging from 10% to 55% and fuels with low ash melting points like straw, chaff, manure, olive pulp, chicken manure and RDF (Refused Derived Fuel). HoSt is able to supply flue gas cleaning to minimize NOx, sulphur, chlorine, dust and other pollutants to meet required emission standards.

Why choose a HoSt combustion plant?

  • Fuel flexibility
  • High Efficiency
  • High reliability
  • Competitive pricing

Projects & more information

HoSt has already realised multiple biomass-fired combined heat and power plants in both the Netherlands and abroad. A complete overview of our projects is available here. Interested in what we can offer? Or interested in visiting one of our projects? For example the wood-fired bioenergy plant in Beetgum, the bio-CHP in Strijp or in Meerhoven? Or need more information? Contact us now.

eindhoven (strijp), Netherlands

Bioenergy plant Strijp supplies heat to the district heating net of Eindhoven. The plant burns wood chips and produces green electricity as well as heat.

 

 

rĒzekne, Latvia

This bioenergy plant supplies approx. 3 MWe of electricity to the net and approx. 11MWth of heat to a wood drying system of a wood pellet production plant.