Bioenergy Articles on Asia
Despite the country’s shortfall in ethanol production, National Biofuels Board has recommended to the Department of Energy that the mandated 10 percent ethanol blend with gasoline be implemented starting middle of the year, an official said yesterday.
Mitr Phol, Asia's largest sugar producer, will invest 3.7 billion baht in its new renewable energy projects in Thailand and expand the group's power business to neighbouring countries, starting with a biomass plant China.
Around 1,019 Mw of power is enough to make Haryana self-reliant and it could be generated from the surplus agricultural and forest biomass available in Haryana. This is borne out by a study conducted by the Haryana Renewable Energy Development Agency (Hareda).
A joint venture firm is building a P6-billion ethanol plant in Isabela to augment the supply of ethanol in the country.
The project aims to produce 54 million liters of ethanol and around 100,000 megawatts of electricity per year.
A workshop held in cooperation with the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) focused on technologies used in renewable energy resources production.