Biomass Power Plant Model in European Country Currencies – updated April 2017

April 1st, 2017 No Comments   Posted in financial models

Biomass Power Plant Model in European Country Currencies – updated April 2017

Finding a project finance model template for Biomass (cogeneration, direct combustion, gasification, IGCC, WTE, pyrolysis) in European country currencies is now made easy using exchange rates to US DOLLAR as of end March 2017.

Biomass power is needed in Europe to address global warming and climate change and take advantage of the huge biomass potential of Europe. Investments in Biomass power generation technology will provide both dispatch-able renewable energy to provide backup power for intermittent renewable energy such as solar, wind, mini-hydro, etc.

The sample model is based on the advanced (regulator) template that is easy to use and understand.

Whatever currency you use, when the cost inputs are the same in USD currency, the resulting all-in capital cost (USD, USD/kW) and electricity tariff (USD/kWh) will be the same for all

Try the samples below (paste the links below into your browser or Google the demo model):

BIOMASS POWER PLANT MODELS

Exchange rates are for the month of March 2017.

Andorra – Austria – Austrian Schilling (1 USD = 12.7234 ATS)

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model3 (ATS) – demo5a

Azerbaijan – Azerbaijani Manat (1 USD = 8,521.41 AZM)

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model3 (AZM) – demo5a

Armenia –

Albania – Albanian Lek (1 USD = 125.350 ALL)

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model3 (ALL) – demo5a

Belgium – Belgian Franc (1 USD = 37.5119 BEF)

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model3 (BEF) – demo5a

Bulgaria – Bulgarian Lev (1 USD = 1.81691 BGN)

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model3 (BGN) – demo5a

Bosnia and Herzegovina – Bosnian Convertible Marka (1 USD = 1.81888 BAM)

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model3 (BAM) – demo5a

Belarus – Belarusian Ruble (1 USD = 18,700.00 BYR)

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model3 (BYR) – demo5a

Cyprus – Cypriot Pound  (1 USD = 0.544230 CYP)

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model3 (CYP) – demo5a

Czech Republic – Czech Koruna (1 USD = 5.1261 CZK)

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model3 (CZK) – demo5a

Croatia – Croatian Kuna (1 USD = 6.91803 HRK)

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model3 (HRK) – demo5a

Denmark – Danish Krone (1 USD = 6.91872 DKK)

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model3 (DKK) – demo5b

Estonia – Estonian Kroon (1 USD = 14.5472 EEK)

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model3 (EEK) – demo5a

France – French Franc (1 USD = 6.09902 FRF, replaced by EUR)

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model3 (FRF) – demo5a

Finland – Finnish Markka (1 USD = 5.52793 FIM, replaced by EUR)

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model3 (FIM) – demo5a

Germany – German Deutsche Mark (1 USD = 1.81902 DEM, replaced by EUR)

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model3 (DEM) – demo5a

Greece – Greek Drachma (1 USD = 316.900 GRD, replaced by EUR)

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model3 (GRD) – demo5a

Georgia – Georgian Lari (1 USD = 2.43996 GEL)

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model3 (GEL) – demo5a

Hungary – Hungarian Forint (1 USD = 287.825 HUF)

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model3 (HUF) – demo5a

Ireland – Irish Pound (1 USD = 0.732420 IEP)

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model3 (IEP) – demo5a

Italy – Italian Lira (1 USD = 1800.69 ITL)

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model3 (ITL) – demo5a

Iceland – Icelandic Krona (1 USD = 111.461 ISK)

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model3 (ISK) – demo5a

Kosovo – EURO (1 USD = 0.93 EUR)

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model3 (EUR) – demo5b

Kazakhstan – Kazakhstani Tenge (1 USD = 315.585 KZT)

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model3 (KZT) – demo5a

Liechtenstein – Lithuania – Lithuanian Litas (1 USD = 3.21010 LTL)

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model3 (LTL) – demo5a

Luxembourg – Luxembourg Franc (1 USD = 37.5074 LUF, replaced by EUR)

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model3 (LUF) – demo5a

Kosovo – EURO (1 USD = 0.93 EUR)

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model3 (EUR) – demo5b

Latvia – Latvian Lat (1 USD = 0.653425 LVL)

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model3 (LVL) – demo5a

Malta – Maltese Lira (1 USD = 0.399193 MTL)

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model3 (MTL) – demo5a

Monaco – EURO (1 USD = 0.93 EUR)

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model3 (EUR) – demo5b

Montenegro – EURO (1 USD = 0.93 EUR)

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model3 (EUR) – demo5b

Moldova – Moldovan Leu (1 USD = 19.4776 MDL)

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model3 (MDL) – demo5a

Macedonia – Macedonian Denar (57.1768 MKD)

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model3 (MKD) – demo5a

Norway – Norwegian Krone (1 USD = 8.51102 NOK)

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model3 (NOK) – demo5b

Netherlands – EURO (1 USD = 0.93 EUR)

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model3 (EUR) – demo5b

Poland – Polish Zloty (1 USD = 3.92885 PLN)

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model3 (PLN) – demo5a

Portugal – EURO (1 USD = 0.93 EUR)

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model3 (EUR) – demo5b

Romania – Romanian New Leu (1 USD = 4.23481 RON)

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model3 (RON) – demo5a

Russia – Russian Ruble (1 USD = 56.7028 RUB)

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model3 (RUB) – demo5a

San Marino – EURO (1 USD = 0.93 EUR)

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model3 (EUR) – demo5b

Serbia – Serbian Dinar (1 USD = 115.240 RSD)

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model3 (RSD) – demo5a

Slovakia – Slovak Koruna (1 USD 28.0094 SKK)

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model3 (SKK) – demo5a

Slovenia – EURO (1 USD = 0.93 EUR)

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model3 (EUR) – demo5b

Spain – EURO (1 USD = 0.93 EUR)

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model3 (EUR) – demo5b

Sweden – Swedish Krona (1 USD = 8.87989 SEK)

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model3 (SEK) – demo5b

Switzerland – Swiss Franc (1 USD = 0.996979 CHF)

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model3 (CHF) – demo5b

Turkey – Turkish Lira (1 USD = 3.65028 TRY)

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model3 (TRY) – demo5a

Ukraine – Ukrainian Hryvnia (1 USD = 27.0150 UAH)

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model3 (UAH) – demo5a

United Kingdom (UK) – British Pound (1 USD = 0.803286 GBP)

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model3 (GBP) – demo5b

Vatican City (Holy See) – EURO (1 USD = 0.93 EUR)

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model3 (EUR) – demo5b

OTHER CURRENCIES

The reader may request for other international currencies from the Energy Technology Selection Expert and Project Finance Modeling Expert.

Just email me the Country, name of currency and the base rate and forward rate exchange currency per US DOLLAR, and perhaps the OPEX and CAPEX escalation for the Country and the US escalation to assume too.

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Project Finance Model Template for a Biomass Thermal Power Plant – the Financial Worksheet

April 5th, 2016 No Comments   Posted in Air Safety, power generation

Project Finance Model Template for a Biomass Thermal Power Plant – the Financial Worksheet

Your energy technology selection and project finance modeling expert has just developed a powerful and understandable template for the construction of a project finance model based on an existing ERC (Energy Regulatory Commission) project finance model for renewable energy power projects (e.g. biomass thermal, solar PV, wind, mini-hydro, ocean thermal energy conversion), which was also modified for non-RE power generation technologies such as coal thermal, oil genset, oil thermal, gas thermal, gas combined cycle gas turbine or CCGT, open cycle gas  turbine or OCGT, large hydro, petcoke thermal, combined heat and power (CHP) diesel engine genset (diesel, bunker), gasoline engine genset and OCGT (propane, natural gas), and nuclear power. More »

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May 8th, 2014 2 Comments   Posted in cogeneration

Cogeneration (CHP) Biomass Power Project Finance Model

A new and powerful tool for analysing the technical and economic viability of cogeneration (combined heat & power) using biomass fuel such as wood chips, agri-wastes, bagasse, wood-wastes is now available in the market to calculate your feed-in-tariff (FIT) rates or IRR and payback periods.

Your technology expert is pleased to announce the availability of a new cogeneration (combined heat & power or CHP) biomass power project finance model.

Be the first to use this powerful tool in analysing your biomass resource potential and convert it to useful energy and power. More »

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Biomass Energy Series – Integrated Cogeneration (CHP) Power Plant and Pellet Plant

A new project finance model for an integrated cogeneration CHP power plant and a wood pellet plant is available now (see below for snipet of the model).

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Biomass Energy Series – Wood Pellet Plant Model

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Biomass Energy Series – Wood Pellet Plant Model

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or

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CDM Biomass Gasification Model2.xls

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CDM Biomass Gasification Model2.xls

In addition to the worksheets found in the ADV models of the regulator, 5 additional tabs or worksheets have been added (Capex, Opex, Revenues, Project IRR and Sensitivity) into the CDM model which is a financial evaluation without taxes (that distort the economic and technical performance) and debt (pure equity investment). For the RE project to benefit from CDM credits, the project IRR should not be more than 15% p.a.

Biomass gasification system is carried out mostly in the countryside where biomass is abundant from agricultural activity such as paddy rice, corn fields, cotton fields, sugar cane fields, tree plantation and municipal solid waste (MSW). A 400 mt/day of MSW could support around 28.5 MW of biomass gasification power plant. More »

CDM Biomass Cogeneration Model2.xls

June 25th, 2012 No Comments   Posted in renewable energy

CDM Biomass Cogeneration Model2.xls

In addition to the worksheets found in the ADV models of the regulator, 5 additional tabs or worksheets have been added (Capex, Opex, Revenues, Project IRR and Sensitivity) into the CDM model which is a financial evaluation without taxes (that distort the economic and technical performance) and debt (pure equity investment). For the RE project to benefit from CDM credits, the project IRR should not be more than 15% p.a.

Biomass cogeneration system is carried out mostly in the countryside where biomass is abundant from agricultural activity such as sugar cane fields. More »

CDM Biomass Direct Combustion Model2.xls

June 25th, 2012 No Comments   Posted in renewable energy

CDM Biomass Direct Combustion Model2.xls

In addition to the worksheets found in the ADV models of the regulator, 5 additional tabs or worksheets have been added (Capex, Opex, Revenues, Project IRR and Sensitivity) into the CDM model which is a financial evaluation without taxes (that distort the economic and technical performance) and debt (pure equity investment). For the RE project to benefit from CDM credits, the project IRR should not be more than 15% p.a.

Direct combustion of biomass system (furnace, boiler, steam turbine, generator) is carried out mostly in the countryside where biomass is abundant from agricultural activity such as paddy rice, corn fields, cotton fields, sugar cane fields, tree plantation and municipal solid waste (MSW). A 50-km radius of agricultural land can support around 6-12 MW of biomass power plant as in the case of India. More »

MTO Biomass Gasification Model.xls

June 24th, 2012 1 Comment   Posted in renewable energy

MTO Biomass Gasification Model.xls

Biomass gasification system is carried out mostly in the countryside where biomass is abundant from agricultural activity such as paddy rice, corn fields, cotton fields, sugar cane fields, tree plantation and municipal solid waste (MSW). A 400 mt/day of MSW could support around 28.5 MW of biomass gasification power plant.

This MTO first-year tariff model for biomass gasification makes use of the basic assumptions of the country’s RE regulator for rated capacity (28.5 MW), capacity factor (75%), plant own use (7.85%), and transmission line loss (0.648%). More »

MTO Biomass Direct Combustion Model.xls

June 24th, 2012 No Comments   Posted in renewable energy

MTO Biomass Direct Combustion Model.xls

Direct combustion of biomass system (furnace, boiler, steam turbine, generator) is carried out mostly in the countryside where biomass is abundant from agricultural activity such as paddy rice, corn fields, cotton fields, sugar cane fields, tree plantation and municipal solid waste (MSW). A 50-km radius of agricultural land can support around 6-12 MW of biomass power plant as in the case of India.

This MTO first-year tariff model for biomass direct combustion makes use of the basic assumptions of the country’s RE regulator for rated capacity (8.3 MW), capacity factor (75%), plant own use (10%), and transmission line loss (3%). More »

MTO Biomass Cogeneration Model.xls

June 24th, 2012 No Comments   Posted in renewable energy

MTO Biomass Cogeneration Model.xls

Biomass cogeneration system is carried out mostly in the countryside where biomass is abundant from agricultural activity such as sugar cane fields.

This MTO first-year tariff model for biomass cogeneration makes use of the basic assumptions of the country’s RE regulator for rated capacity (34 MW), capacity factor (75%), plant own use (10%), and transmission line loss (3%). More »

ADV Biomass Gasification Model.xls

June 24th, 2012 No Comments   Posted in renewable energy

ADV Biomass Gasification Model.xls

Biomass gasification system is carried out mostly in the countryside where biomass is abundant from agricultural activity such as paddy rice, corn fields, cotton fields, sugar cane fields, tree plantation and municipal solid waste (MSW). A 400 mt/day of MSW could support around 28.5 MW of biomass gasification power plant.

This advanced feed-in-tariff model for biomass gasification makes use of the basic assumptions of the country’s RE regulator for rated capacity (2 x 14.25 MW), capacity factor (75%), plant own use (7.85%), and 0.20% plant degradation rate. More »

ADV Biomass Direct Combustion Model.xls

June 24th, 2012 No Comments   Posted in renewable energy

ADV Biomass Direct Combustion Model.xls

Direct combustion of biomass system (furnace, boiler, steam turbine, generator) is carried out mostly in the countryside where biomass is abundant from agricultural activity such as paddy rice, corn fields, cotton fields, sugar cane fields, tree plantation and municipal solid waste (MSW). A 50-km radius of agricultural land can support around 6-12 MW of biomass power plant as in the case of India.

This advanced feed-in-tariff model for biomass direct combustion makes use of the basic assumptions of the country’s RE regulator for rated capacity (1 x 8.3 MW), capacity factor (80%), plant own use (10%), and 0.20% plant degradation rate. More »

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model.xls

June 24th, 2012 No Comments   Posted in renewable energy

ADV Biomass Cogeneration Model.xls

Biomass cogeneration system is carried out mostly in the countryside where biomass is abundant from agricultural activity such as sugar cane fields.

This advanced feed-in-tariff model for biomass cogeneration makes use of the basic assumptions of the country’s RE regulator for rated capacity (2 x 17 MW), capacity factor (80%), plant own use (10%), and 0.20% plant degradation rate. More »

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March 27th, 2012 No Comments   Posted in renewable energy

Calculating the All-In Capital Cost of Biomass Gasification

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April 16th, 2011 4 Comments   Posted in nuclear energy and power

The Paradigm Shift from Nuclear Energy to Renewable Energy – the Fukushima debacle

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There are newspaper accounts that the earthquake isolated the Fukushima nuclear power plant from the grid, and with a non-operable backup diesel generation backstopped only by an 8-hour battery pack, the world was indeed very close to a China-syndrome type nuclear power plant meltdown. Only the timely use of seawater pumped using crude methods to cool the reactor core and the spent fuel pool prevented a full meltdown. Up to now, the nuclear power plant operator has not succeeded in stabilizing the cooling water system and has relied on pumping and spraying sea water over the damaged nuclear reactors and exposed spent fuel rod cooling pools, leading to leakage of hot radioactive and contaminated sea water into the sea thru the minute cracks on the reactor building’s damage floors. More »

Feed-in Tariff Models for Renewable Energy – biomass, cogen, mini-hydro, wind, solar and ocean thermal (OTEC)

April 29th, 2010 6 Comments   Posted in feed-in tariff

Feed-in Tariff Models for Renewable Energy – biomass, cogen, mini-hydro, wind, solar and ocean thermal (OTEC)

Renewable energy feed-in tariffs for biomass, biomass cogen, mini-hydro or run-of-river hydro, wind, solar PV and ocean thermal energy conversion (OTEC) have been calculated using a project finance model prepared for the National Renewable Energy Board (NREB) by Marcial Ocampo – your favorite energy technology expert.

Using standard assumptions of supplier FOB, the all-in capital cost is calculated.  The summary sheet of the model then summarizes the assumptions and results.

Marcial Ocampo

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New Summary Report Format for Project Finance Model for Feed-in Tariff

April 22nd, 2010 1 Comment   Posted in feed-in tariff

New Summary Report Format for Project Finance Model for Feed-in Tariff

A new and improved summary report format for the state-of-the-art project finance model has been developed and ready for implementation in all small scale, large scale and renewable energy project finance models.

Please refer to the sample format below and the author would appreciate receiving your valuable feedback.

Two formats are available: one for renewable energy projects without fuel requirement (mini-hydro, wind, solar) and those with fuels (biomass, cogen and other fossil-fired power plants such as diesel, coal, oil and natural gas).

This is to enable presentation of the plant heat rate and conversion efficiency from fuel energy to electrical energy as well as lube oil consumption rate.

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