Set up in 2007 and 100% owned by Europlasma Group, CHO Power is a French company specialized in high efficiency power generation solutions from residual waste and biomass.

THE CURRENT ENERGETICALLY ISSUES LEAD US FROM A PRODUCTION AND SUPPLY MODEL TO A DECENTRALIZED ONE


The trans-border forwarding or on long distance of energies will go decreasingly and benefit production points ensuring territorial network for better energy independence. CHO Power is accompanying this movement. Our vision of is human sized power plants, more numerous and well accepted by populations, which will be integral part of the communities facilities along with a stadium or a library.
CHO Power - électricité issue de déchets et biomasse

OUR MARKET


Between 2002 and 2012, the total of renewable energy produced in the EU-28 grew by 81.3% (~ +6% / an). By 2020, the share of renewable energy will increase to 36% in the European energy mix, and to 53% by 2050 (source: EU Energy, Transport and GHG Emissions Trends to 2050). Biomass, from mixed solid waste to wood pellets, is the greatest primary energy source in the mix of renewables. The growth of this market in recent years has been limited by the lack of appropriate technologies. Thanks to the use of efficient gasification technologies, the proportion of electricity produced from waste and biomass is set to grow in the years to come. In Europe, this additional renewable electricity capacity to be installed between 2015 and 2030 is estimated at 19,649 MWe; from which 6,501 MWe+ Penetration of advanced gasification has been calculated for medium sized facilities in the range 5-30 MWe capacity representing a Serviceable Available Market (SAM), on which has been applied a S-curve modeling representing the penetration rate of advanced gasification in the SAM. will be produced by advanced gasification technologies such as CHO Power.
CHO Power - Part des énergies renouvelables

PROJECTED ADDITIONAL POWERCAPACITY FROM BIOMASS & WASTE IN EU 15+

CHO Power - Projected additional power capacity from biomass & waste in eu 15+

In France, the provisions of the Energy Transition law of 08.17.2015 promote the development of technologies as CHO Power :

– In increasing the share of renewable energy to 23% by 2020 and 32% by 2030
– In reducing the share of nuclear power (75% in 2012) to 50% by 2025.
– In reducing the volume of landfilled waste to 50% by 2025.