North Energy designs energy from rice straw processing plant in Asia

North Energy a UK based renewable and alternative energy consultancy has designed a process plant to convert waste rice straw in Asia in to energy.

North Energy a UK based renewable and alternative energy consultancy has designed a process plant to convert waste rice straw in Asia in to energy.

After a trial processing plant the technology will be scaled up and offered throughout Asia and Indochina.
Rice straw waste is burnt off in huge quantities all over Asia casuing an environmental hazard and wasting a valuable energy resource.
In partnership with a major Asian company North Energy has developed a design for a process plant that efficiently produces power from the rice straw waste.

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