Clean Energy Clusters
The full benefits of BNL Clean Energy plants are achieved when they operate in clusters. Such a pool of plants transforms local feedstock such as biomass, organic residues and waste into clean energy, synthetic fuels and recuperated raw materials. A BNL Clean Energy cluster consists of a number of plants and one BNL Clean Recycling unit, where ash, metals and process residues are recycled and converted back to raw materials.
Some of the advantages of a BNL Clean Energy cluster are the following:
- Use of multiple and mixed local feedstock for the generation of renewable sustainable clean energy without any harm to the environment.
- Ash, metals and process residues are completely recycled and recuperated as valuable raw materials. No need for landfills or residue deposits.
- Additional revenue from your local production of valuable clean energy, synthetic fuels and raw materials.
- Creation of sustainable qualified jobs. Revenue for regional service providers.