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China's first biomass gasification power generation project for Myanmar was officially put into operation on August 30 in Irrawaddy Province, southern Myanmar. The initiation of the project is expected to promote the implementation and application of biomass energy application technology in Myanmar, even in Southeast Asia and South Asia, laying the foundation for China's future cooperation with its neighbours on a wider scale.
China's first biomass gasification power generation project in Myanmar can generate 200 degrees of electricity per hour, supply power to rice processing plants and surrounding areas, and deal with the electricity gap in the region.
China's biomass gasification power generation project in Myanmar was implemented by Yunnan Kunming Electric Research New Energy Technology Development Co., Ltd. (referred to as "Kunming Electric Research"). After about two years of on-the-spot resource survey, Kunming Electric Research Institute finally confirmed that Myanmar's most representative rice consumption waste - rice husk as a demonstration object, using its patented biomass gasification technology to obtain biomass gas and stop power generation. Qu Li-long, general manager of Kunming Electrical Research Institute, said that for this reason, Kunming Electrical Research chose a rice processing plant in Irrawaddy Province, Myanmar's main rice producing area, to stop collaborating. Qu Li-long said, "The rice industry has produced a lot of husks, and in the past, they may have discarded the husks. In practice, the gas produced by pyrolysis and gasification of rice hulls can stop generating electricity and heating, and produce biomass carbon-based fertilizer with the equipment seen today. Biomass carbon-based fertilizer is a very good resource for improving soil. It is precisely because of this that we chose to compare representative rice mills.
According to Quli Long, the project's biomass gasification power generation installation can generate 200 degrees per hour, power for rice processing plants and surrounding areas, to deal with the region's electricity shortage. The equipment investment is about 2 million yuan, and the rice mill can recover the cost in more than a year.
Sao Minnan, deputy director of the Department of Research and Innovation of the Ministry of Education of Myanmar, expressed the hope that such biomass gasification power generation technology could be implemented in Myanmar's vast rural areas. "Myanmar has a lot of biomass resources, and most of our rural areas (electricity shortage) need power generation and electricity demand. Take our Delta region, for example, the Irrawaddy region. Most of them are farmers. They have rice mills. If they use the new and good technology from China, it will be of great benefit to the local people.
General Manager Quli Long said that he would take Myanmar as an opportunity to further promote domestic biomass energy technology in the region. Quli Long said: "China is not short of electricity, but China's friendly neighboring countries (many) are short of electricity, and their (biomass) resources are very rich. It can be said that this set of equipment and technology is tailor-made for the region with abundant biomass (resources) in South Asia and Southeast Asia. Today this is a demonstration, we will continue to implement it in the future, and hope that this technology can improve the local ecological environment and improve the local consumption efficiency.
China's first biomass gasification power generation project in Myanmar was officially put into operation at a trial-run ribbon-cutting ceremony in Irrawaddy Province, southern Myanmar, Wednesday.
Guests from China and Myanmar cut ribbons for China's first biomass gasification power generation project in Myanmar on June 30