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Future Overseas Deployment Plan

  • Thailand

    Assumed system:Biomass power generation (BDF palm, rapeseed, rice straw, rice husk power generation system)

    Alliance candidate:Incinerator maker, Facility management company, Futures transaction company
    Market Insight:The power situation of Thailand is comparatively stable.
    On the other hand, it is an agricultural country, very large biomass resources exist, these sufficient practical use contributes to the national interest of Thailand. The range of a biomass enterprise which utilized the Stirling engine in the Thailand project considers that not only targeting a primary production company but processing plants, such as tapioca manufacture, are applicable.
    Moreover, by providing with this system, the place which has discharged each biomass resources, the amount of GHG emissions reduction is monitored and business preparation is carried out for contributing to the greenhouse gas (GHG) of Thailand by establishing and utilizing MRV methodology.

  • Indonesia

    Assumed system:Biomass power generation (The power generation system according to combustion of BDF dregs, such as Jatropha, especially)

    Alliance candidate:Jatropha plantation, Facility management company
    Market Insight:On Sumatra and Borneo each island, power generation equipments and systems are insufficient. Moreover, although the countries are oil producing countries and a natural gas producing country, the present condition is that quantity of output runs short in recent years, and the whole country has the problem of electric power.
    Indonesia consists of an island of 17,000 and no less than 7,000 islands are existed with the island which habitation of 100 or more persons of them.
    Many of these islands have mainly obtained electric power by the diesel engine.
    We think that the demand of the distributed electricity generation by biomass for every island is very high, and it is able to contribute also to the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduction of the country greatly.

  • Bangladesh

    Assumed system:Gas power generation、Biomass power generation (The power generation system by combustion of straw and chaff) Independent operation and system cooperation

    Alliance candidate:Local selling and installation / maintenance company(JV)、Local bank
    Market Insight:Huge natural gas amount is discovered in recent years, and while the growth of industry of Bangladesh is remarkable, electric power is insufficient for it.
    Domestic electrification rate is estimately 15% Nowadays. Also in a system, there is a power failure for annual about 2,000 hours, and it has become a neck of industry.
    Moreover, in the farm village, there are also many villages without electricity, and there are, the people using candle during the night time.
    According to the trial calculation of the college professor of a spot, I can expect that there are about 1 million sets (electric power by 300 MW distributed power generation) of demand with the generator of the about [ 300W ] production of electricity.
    Since natural gas is produced, the country has spread as fuel in which natural gas is very cheap, and many cars are converted into a CNC vehicle.

  • Sri Lanka

    Assumed system:Biomass power generation(The power generation system by straw, chaff, rubber, a wood chip combustion)

    Alliance candidate:Local selling and installation / maintenance company
    Market Insight:The situation which domestic electric power is insufficient and fossil fuel resources cannot say to be enough.The country which is an agricultural country is comparatively blessed with biomass resources.
    The problem of waste is urgency-ized in Sri Lanka.Needless to say, It is very important to develop the system which can make processing and power generation of waste simultaneous.

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MOEJ, Feasibility Study in 2012 - for Global Warming Mitigation Project

Our proposal was adopted by BOCM (Bilateral Offseting Credit Mechanisms) feasibility investigation by Ministry of the Environment Japan. The study was conducted small-scale power generation using biomass with stirling engine in Cambodia. See more details HERE

Global Environment Center (GEC) on behalf of Ministry of the Environment Japan, has responsibility with respect to adoption of feasibility studies 2012. More details, HERE