Life Cycle Impact Assessment on Electricity Production from Biomass Power Plant System Through Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) Method using Biomass from Palm Oil Mill in Indonesia

Kiman Siregar, Achmadin Luthfi Machsun, Sholihati Sholihati, Rizal Alamsyah, Ichwana Ichwana, Nobel Christian Siregar, Syafriandi Syafriandi, Intan Sofiah, Try Miharza, Syukri Muhammad Nur, Olga Anne, Roy Hendroko Setyobudi (+5 others)
2020 E3S Web of Conferences  
New energy and renewable widely available in Indonesia. One of them is the biomass that can be used with gasification technology. Biomass is an organic matter to which derived from biological materials. This research was used integration gasification system with a gas engine, which works more properly with CO, and H2. The advantage of this biomass power plant compared the environmental impact on other types of plants such as coal-fired power plants, diesel power plants, etc. Therefore the
more » ... Therefore the potential of environmental impacts was generated, it is necessary to calculate quantitatively through the life cycle assessment methods. This research aimed to calculate impact assessment on electricity production from a Biomass Power Plant system through a life cycle assessment with boundary cradle to grave in Indonesia. The study revealed that greenhouse gas (GHG) emission of electricity production from an empty fruit bunch palm oil mill was 0.15 kg CO2-eq kWh–1. The gas engine was the highest GHG emission contributor during its life cycle. Empty fruit bunch as a source of biomass for electricity production was considered as climate-friendly power plant system due to its potential in reducing GHG emission from palm oil production and released lower GHG emission.
doi:10.1051/e3sconf/202018800018 fatcat:pf7wjqbxgra2fg4vydnhgn6jae