Renewable Energy Solutions

BIOMASS as a Sustainable Energy Solution

Traditional biomass, primarily used for cooking and heating is now transformed to a vital part of the global renewable energy mix and account for an ever-growing share of electric capacity added worldwide.  State of the art Carbon Capture & Storage (CCS) Technologies and Low Temperature Burning (LTB) Technologies have made biomass energy generation a widely acceptable solution for the world energy crisis.

What is renewable biomass

Not anything burnable is a sustainable biomass. Renewable biomass must be regenerated at the same rate of its usage. We have transformed industrial and agricultural waste to valued biomass commodities with our collaborative partners in Sri Lanka, India, Indonesia, and South Africa.

Biomass commodities

Biomass Fare Trade

We highly value the potential of fair-trade opportunities emerging via the biomass business from the developing world to the developed. It not only provides an extra income to the unprivileged poor who sources biomass but a sense of recognition for developing nations for the contribution to improve the energy footprint of the developed nations. Kingstar is currently working with Japanese Energy Companies to make the JCM partnership with Sri Lanka and neighboring countries more meaningful and stronger.

Our Products

We provide composite biomass commodities to meet with matching calorific values. Our products feature a high packing density, low moisture and energy > 3400Kcal/Kg.

PRODUCT NAME ENERGY>3400 Kcal/Kg MOISTURE CONTENT MOQ COUNTRY OF ORIGIN
Saw Dust Briquettes 4300 <10% 22 tons Sri Lanka, India, Indonesia, South Africa
Coconut Fibre Waste Bales 3840 <10% 22 tons Sri Lanka, India, Indonesia, South Africa
Coconut Dust Briquettes 4300 <10% 22 tons Sri Lanka, India, Indonesia, South Africa
Mixed Briquettes
(saw dust & rice husk)
4150 <10% 22 tons Sri Lanka, India, Indonesia, South Africa
Saw Dust Pellets 4300 <10% 26 tons Sri Lanka, India, Indonesia, South Africa
Rice Husk Pellets 3480 <10% 26 tons Sri Lanka, India, Indonesia, South Africa