Optics Valley firm wins international invention award
Wuhan Optics Valley Bluefire New Energy, a company based in the East Lake High-tech Development Zone (Optics Valley of China) in Wuhan, Central China’s Hubei province, won a gold medal at the 47th Geneva International Exhibition of Inventions, according to recent reports.
The company's winning project is its fourth-generation biomass pyrolyzing furnace, which received the only gold award for biomass energy.
Biomass pyrolysis technology generally refers to technology that produces biomass new energy using cotton stalks and rice straws, carrying out a high-temperature decomposition process.
Biomass pyrolyzing furnaces boast significant advantages over conventional furnaces, including more efficient combustion, higher success rates, and a longer service life. They are also more eco-friendly.
Such technology is at the forefront of the world, as it makes industrial production more environmentally friendly.
Established in 1973, the Geneva International Exhibition of Inventions is one of the world's top three invention exhibitions, and also one of the largest.
A representative from Optics Valley Bluefire New Energy (L) receives an award from a presenter during the 47th Geneva International Exhibition of Inventions. [Photo provided to chinadaily.com.cn]