(EnergyAsia, July 3, Friday) — The Philippines’ Antique province is set to get two biomass power plants to increase the region’s power supply. Asea One Power Corp, the project developer, said each plant will have a capacity of six megawatts (MW) and will use rice straws, rice husks, bagasse and sugar cane as feedstock. The…

This article is for Subscriber members only.
Log In Register