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At the heart of Biomass Ventures’ operations is Gliricidia Sepium, a rapidly growing, short-rotation tree found wild throughout Sri Lanka. According to Alexis Corblin, Biomass Ventures’ head of certification and sustainable development goals (SDG) reporting, Gliricidia is a native plant of Mexico and Central America. > Get A Quote >

Trelleborg installs advanced biomass boiler at Sri Lan

Trelleborg installs advanced biomass boiler at Sri Lanka plant. Trelleborg Wheel Systems is completely re-engineering the steam production process at its Sri Lanka plant and introducing an advanced biomass boiler. This major investment will not only reduce the facility’s environmental footprint, but it will also improve production efficiency. > Get A Quote >

Hurst Boiler | Boiler Sales and Service in Sri Lan

Our representatives in Sri Lanka offer sales and support for Hurst Boiler's complete line of industrial boilers, biomass boilers, and boiler room equipment. Hurst Boiler has been designated as an Essential Provider and available 24/7 during these difficult times. > Get A Quote >

biomass boilers Companies and Suppliers serving Sri Lan

AET is a leading independent engineering and contracting company supplying biomass fired boiler plants, power plants, and CHP plants within Europe. As one of the technological leaders in solving socially-created environmental problems through thermal utilisation of agro-industrial biomass waste, > Get A Quote >

3 ton biomass steam boiler in Sri Lanka – Industri

In present,biomass steam boiler is one type of boilers have good market feedback in Sri Lanka.the main capacity include 3 ton,10 ton,20 ton,35 ton.many industrial boiler buyer in Sri Lanka consult about 3 ton biomass steam boiler recently. > Get A Quote >

» Biomass Gasification - Bio Energy Association of Sri Lan

Cited by: 13 Biomass gasification is a world-wide accepted and a locally established technology for thermal energy and power generation applications. Biomass gasification is a renewable, low cost and environmentally friendly energy alternative. > Get A Quote >


[PDF]The major forms of primary energy used in Sri Lanka during the year 2003 were biomass (48%), hydro electricity (9 %) and petroleum oil (43%). Growth in the economy and in areas of social development both in the medium and long term has placed a high demand on energy with emphasis on electricity. > Get A Quote >


Sri Lanka imports most of its energy requirement in the form of oil or coal. This accounts for 60% of electrical energy, all transportation fuel, and a minor portion of industrial and cooking fuel. About 10% of the petroleum fuels (coal, fuel oils and gas) amounting to 350,000 to 400,000 tonnes per annum, presently imported onto this country, > Get A Quote >

Fuelling business with biomass energy - Sri Lanka Late

Fuelling business with biomass energy. Mahir Brothers in Katugastota, in the Matale District, is one of Sri Lanka’s leading exporters of spices, namely nutmeg, pepper, cloves and cocoa. > Get A Quote >

- Bio Energy Association of Sri Lan

The Bio-Energy Association of Sri Lanka (BEASL) was formed by a group of concerned citizens who have long strived to promote the use of indigenous resources for power generation and thus reduce the increasing dependence on imported fossil fuels for both generation of … > Get A Quote >

Sustainable biomass production for energy in Sri Lan

Assessment of sustainable biomass resource potential plays a major role in planning future energy activities in Sri Lanka where biomass is the main renewable energy source. In 1997, the contribution from biomass for the total primary energy utilization in the country was the highest amounting to 55%. > Get A Quote >