CIMON-Smart Solution Package is composed of 4 systems. Easy to integrate monitoring and control systems for your facility. Proven use cases in industrial fields include monitoring water and sewage, power control and monitoring, HVAC, lighting control, basic environmental treatment facilities, water flow remote management, and disaster prevention facilities.
Combined heat and power plants
CIMON provides integrated services for the construction of facilities designed to reduce energy consumption, combine heat and power plants, community energy systems and others in the Regional Industrial Zone.
GE-1 & GE-2 Project
Biomass Power Generation
Green Energy Management makes the world a better place.
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Biomass power generation replaces the existing fossil fuels that cause greenhouse gas emissions with biomass-based renewable energy. This process supplies sustainable and environment-friendly electricity using biomass energy.
CIMON specializes in ensuring a stable supply and demand for domestic and foreign wood biomass processing. Converting biomass into fuel and leading construction of the power plants makes CIMON a total solution provider.
CIMON utilizes a variety of naturally occurring wood biomass (afforestation, thinning-out trees, forest tree wastes, agricultural byproducts) and replaces fossil fuel to reduce dependence on energy imports which saves the environment and sets precedence for new renewable energy sources.
Not only can CIMON perform an intensive production of renewable energy, Cimon also provides and adjusts the production ratio of renewable energy and heat source (hot water/steam) depending on the supply conditions of the nearby heat source.
CIMON also provides a system that maximizes the production of renewable energy power using energy efficient technology such as gasification or traditional combustion.
Carbon dioxide (CO2) is generated in the process of using biomass as carbon is absorbed by photosynthesis during biomass production. Since carbon circulates between biomass and the atmosphere, using biomass does not increase the total amount of carbon in the atmosphere. In addition, because the biomass decomposes even if it is not utilized, biomass is repurposed for energy that is usually discarded.
Wood Biomass Resource Circulation