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Cogeneration in the Hawaiian Sugar Industry
Charles M. Kinoshita. For nearly a century the Hawaiian sugar industry has produced most of the steam & electricity needed to process sugarcane & to power its factories & irrigation pumps. Judicious use of bagasse & cane trash has made the Hawaiian sugar industry among the most efficient in the world in converting biomass into electricity. Contents: historic review of electricity generation in Hawaii; technical aspects of cogeneration; regulatory aspects of power generation; & export power agreements. Description of individual cogeneration systems. Extensive references.
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