H2CI - Feasibility study for the installation of a H2CP pyrolyzer in Ivory Coast for a cashew shelling unit

Start
February 2016
End
March 2016
Project cost
3 000 €
Role in the project
Energy expertise

Countries

Côte d’Ivoire

Fields

Agriculture Agroprocessing Bioenergy

Sectors

Cashew

Partners

INC-CI

Main goals

Feasibility study for the installation of a H2CP pyrolyzer in Ivory Coast with a capacity of 3000 tons RCN (Raw Cashew Nut) per year

Specific objectives

  • Analyze request and site
  • Propose an operational, tailored assembly plan for the factory
  • Accompany the construction (support-advice)
  • Train factory managers and technicians

Beneficiaries

Ivorian cashew nut shelling unit

Results

R1. The entire study will provide a budget for R & D, design, manufacturing, implementation and training of the plant’s teams

Activities

A1. Assess the H2CP pyrolysis device’s required size
A2. Position the pyrolyzer on site according to the plant’s design
A3. Adapt the H2CP to any characteristics of the plant (R & D feasibility of an electrical production system intended for automatic shelling)
A4. Identify needs related to the design of the necessary steam system
A5. Feasibility of meeting the deadlines for device installation

Related people

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Project manager / Bioenergy & Waste

Etienne Perrier

Having graduated from the Engineering School INSA of Lyon as an Engineer in Energy & Environment, option "Thermal systems engineering", Section "Top-level sport", he brings his expertise in renewable thermal systems implementation and analysis, in the food processing industry (shea and cashew), waste recycling and training of local experts

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