has been manufacturing Non Farm Rural Equipments
& Biomass Based Energy efficient devices
(Water Heaters, Charcoal Cooker, Three Pan Cook Stoves, Dosa Tava, Biomass Driers, Gasifiers etc. since 1989. Phoenix is engaged in dissemination of Biomass Based Energy Efficient Devices which are commercially viable.
Our objective is implementation of biomass energy as a primary fuel source to replace fossil fuels. Our portfolio is just as sample of how we are making an impact on the move towards independence from foreign oil and increasing the use of local resources of renewable energy.
Energy from Biomass accounts for a large share of the total energy production in rural and urban India. Wood and other biomass fuels are still the primary source of energy for the majority of people, particularly the poor.
Wood is widely used inefficiently as a fuel in rural areas & many industries (food processing, drying etc.). One way to arrest deforestation is to design and deploy fuel efficient devices which will conserve the fuel wood. Traditional biomass devices have poor thermal efficiency. To conserve fuel there is need to develop, construct and disseminate fuel - efficient devices.
There are many benefits of using biomass instead of fossil fuels like oil and natural gas for heating applications. The following are some of the significant benefits of using biomass for Thermal Application:-
- Sustainable produced biomass is local renewable energy source
- Energy efficient devices burn biomass much cleanly
- The Cost of biomass fuel is generally less than half the cost of fuel oil
- The money spent on biomass circulates in the local economy
- Burning wood for "Energy Needs" has a positive impact in moderating climate change
Burning wood for energy has a positive impact in moderating climate change. Carbon dioxide (CO2) buildup in the atmosphere is a significant cause of global climate change. Fossil fuel combustion takes carbon that was locked away underground (as crude oil and gas) and transfers it to the atmosphere as CO2. When wood is burned, however, it recycles carbon that was already in the natural carbon cycle. Consequently, the net effect of burning wood fuel is that no new CO2 is added to the atmosphere.