It is of great significance for China to make full use of its abundant renewable biomass resources, develop biomass power generation, and build a resource-saving, environment-friendly and ecologically recyclable social economy. It is believed that under the guidance of national clean new energy policy and national new energy development plan, with the continuous attention of the society and the continuous investment of funds, technology and talents, the biomass power generation industry will grow steadily and healthily.
Main factors restricting the development of biomass power generation
1. It is the cost of fuel. The fuel cost of biomass power generation is relatively high, accounting for about two-thirds of the total cost of power generation. According to the feed in price of 0.75 yuan after subsidy, the break even point of fuel purchase price is about 300 yuan / ton. The fuel purchase price is greatly affected by market changes, which is easy to cause losses of biomass power generation enterprises.
2. Excessive competition. Biomass power generation is affected by fuel supply and transportation costs, and has a strong regional character. Once in the radiation range of local protective repeated investment or raw material vicious competition, biomass power generation enterprises will be difficult to maintain. In recent years, the construction upsurge of biomass power generation projects all over the country, followed by the phenomenon that the distribution of projects is too dense, hidden dangers of vicious competition, emergency national and local government good planning, balance the relationship between competition and protection.
3. Technology research and development. China has made great achievements in the development of core equipment of coal power technology, and the main core equipment has been able to realize independent development and production. However, compared with the western developed countries, there are still many gaps in biomass power generation technology, especially in biomass fuel collection, transportation, processing, storage and other special auxiliary machinery, which still need to catch up.