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Vietnam has great potential for bio-energy development

(16:21:49 PM 09/10/2014)
(Tinmoitruong.vn) - According to forecast of the Vietnam Electricity Corporation, in the future power shortages will be up to 20-30% per year. Therefore, development of bio-energy resources which used agricultural residues and waste is a new direction.

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Vietnam’s bio-energy sector has great potential because Vietnam has plentiful inputs resources. The amount of wooden waste is up to 43.31 million tons/year, agricultural waste is 74.9 million tons/year and large amount of domestic waste and industrial waste.



In addition, bio-energy industry is quite new in Vietnam. At present, there are 150-MW 40 projects, a 2.4 - MW project and one 1.9 MW project operating in bio-energy development. This is a wide open market for enterprises in this field.

It is expected that in the coming time, Vietnam will develop more than 20 bio-energy projects with a capacity of about 200-300MW.


 

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