FUEL BRIQUETTES ARE ECO-FRIENDLY FUEL. REPLACING COAL,FUEL OIL, FURNACE OIL,AND FIREWOOD |
These are also aptly called White Coal. Coal is limited and is fast being depleted. Fuel Briquettes are renewable, economical. and uniform in quality. They are uniiform in moisture, low in ash content, smoke free while burning and can be made in any size the user wants. They are made from 6 mm dia - 100 mm dia, length as required for easy handling and usage, transportation and storage. This can replace coal, furnace oil, Steam coal, and firewood. Agro wastes are available throughout the country so that they are produced where demand exists and thus create local employment.
Since this is obviously renewable energy, the government offers many incentives for manufacturers.
100% Depreciation: The total value of plant and machinery is allowed to be depreciated in the first year
Solid fuel briquettes are completely exempted from Excise duty. The Government is also considering exemption in the case of plant and machinery
Many states like Madhya Pradesh, Maharastra, Rajasthan, Tamilnadu, Delhi & Pondicherry have exempted solid fuels briquettes from sales tax. Other states are also considering the same and many states are offering sales tax exemption in backward area.
No Licenses: The FB industry has been exempted for obtaining any license
Income tax Exemption for first five years.
The Central and State Government give subsidies
Low rate of interest from govt. financial institutions
WHAT IS A FUELL BRIQUETT?
All sorts of agro wasteslike saw dust, G'nut shells, Rice husk, leaves, branches, waste agro products like sugarcane leaves and bageese,sunflower stumps,sun flower wastes and any thing that is wood/plant based, dry and can burn. These wastes are dried to lower then 10% moisture, broken to 5mm size and fed to briquetting machine where they are compressed to high density under heat and pressure.The output is compact briquette which is dense and gives good heat, but no smoke when burnt.
FUEL BRIQUETTES ARE USED IN :
1. Brick Kilns
4. Heat Source in Industries
5. Hotels and restaurents
6. Home usage for cooking
7. Hostels, Community cooking, Functions etc.,
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