How is this Bio-mass [basicaly just a steam power plant] power plant plausible? It says it is going to supply 29 MW of electricity by burning biomass to heat some fluid (I suppose an ammonia-water mixture, but I really do not know) and turn a turbine (Something like a Rankine cycle I guess). It also says that is will use two boilers capable of consuming 150 tons a day while getting 5200 btu/lb. 29MW*1 day=2.51*10^12 J. Now, if they turned 100% of that heat energy into mechanical and then electric energy without loss, it would only come out to 3.43*10^12 J/day. They are claiming they will get this thing to 73% efficency. The problem is, even a carnot engine would need to operate with a temperture difference of around 850 C to achieve this, and since they have no chance of making a system that can match a carnot engine, I would imagine they would really need something like a 1400 C difference. Isnt that above the creep value of anything they could make the turbines out of? What am I doing wrong?