Recycled Energy Asia 2020,

08-10 Sep, 2020 - Bangkok, THAILAND

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    FTI - The Federation of Thai Industries
  • Industry Partner
    Pugnatorius
  • Industry Partner
    www.ippfpowerasia.com
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  • Exhibitor
    www.cmtevents.com/eventexhibition.aspx?ev=20020809&
  • Promotion Partner
    biomassa.de
  • Promotion Partner
    www.bioenergyinternational.com
  • Promotion Partner
    www.energybss.com
  • Promotion Partner
    www.pellets-wood.com
  • Promotion Partner
    www.sugar-asia.com/
  • Promotion Partner
    www.greenjournal.co.uk
  • Promotion Partner
    www.greenmatch.co.uk/boilers/biomass-boilers
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    /www.chemmarket.info/en/
  • Promotion Partner
    www.greenchemical.jp
  • Promotion Partner
    bgbiom.org

News Feed

Investments in Philippines and Malaysia’s Biomass Power Markets

Posted on : 05 Dec, 2019

 
Philippines is expected to get a new 2.5-MW biomass energy facility in Butuan, Mindanao. A Japanese company has collaborated with the City Government of Butuan for the biomass power project that will use rice husks as feedstock. The project is subject to approval by the government.
 
Mindanao has plenty of rice farms and rice husks are in abundance which are mostly thrown away. These rice husks can be used to produce power in the biomass facility.
 
Given its rich natural resources, Mindanao also has a high potential to produce hydro energy projects. In fact the region has already completed three hydropower projects – the two-unit 8-MW Asiga River Small Hydropower Project and 4-MW Taguibo Small Hydropower Project in Agusan de Norte, and 23-MW Wawa River Small Hydropower Project in Agusan del Sur.
 
Meanwhile De Raj Group, a German energy company, plans to acquire a 35% stake in an Malaysia-incorporated company – that owns a 9.9-MW biomass-fired power plant project (through a subsidiary).
 
Although the Malaysia based company is unnamed, De Raj is expected to indirectly own, manage and operate a biomass-fired plant in Malaysia, using Japanese technology. The plant is expected to sell its output to the grid.
 
Find out more about biomass power projects in the Philippines from Chodai Philippines Corporation at CMT’s Recycled Energy Asia 2020 (featuring dual tracks – 6th Biomass & BioEnergy Asia and WtE Asia 2020) in Bangkok.
 
Email Hafizah at hafizah@cmtsp.com.sg or call +65 6346 9218 for more details on the program.
 
Read more:
Japanese firm to build biomass power project in Butuan