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Biomass Energy and Waste to Energy (W2E)

Posted at: MONday - 31/10/2016 22:41 - Viewed: 2549

A biomass power plant is a thermal power plant which burns vegetable fuels such as bagasse, wood, trash, rice husks, rice straw, agricultural waste, shells, etc… to burn in a boiler, turn steam turbines and then generate electricity. In consideration of the whole vegetable growth cycle, the total amount of CO2 emissions is zero.
A Waste to Energy power plant is one which utilizes heat generated by burning wastes to generate steam, turn steam turbines and generate electricity. Such a project is both meaningful for waste treatment – especially in urban and industrial areas, and electricity generation.
 A typical biomass power plant
The Vietnamese Government maintains sufficient incentives on FIT for the above power project types.
VATEC is an engineering consulting firm with full permits and licenses, capacity and rich experience to provide engineering consulting services to various clients such as:
  • Project Investors, Developers
  • EPC Contractors
  • Equipment manufacturers and suppliers
  • Banks, Funds

 A typical W2E power plan
Types of engineering consulting services of VATEC are as:
  • Investment consultancy (identification of investment opportunities, project location, legal procedures)
  • Master plan or master plan amendment consultancy 
  • Technical surveys (topographical, geotech, hydrological…)
  • Pre-FS report, FS report, basic design, technical  and detailed engineering design, cost estimate, financial modeling consultancy;
  • Grid impact study, SCADA/EMS, metering, Relay, Fire control and prevention,... consultancy 
  • Environmental and social impact assessment (ESIA) consultancy.
  • Procurement, bidding consultancy;
  • Project due diligence consultancy.
  • Project management consultancy
  • Construction supervision consultancy 

A typical biomass power plant
A biomass power plant model
Track records
Up to now (July 2021), VATEC has provided services for many Biomass and Waste to Energy power projects at different stages.
  • Number of projects: 19
  • Total cumulative capacity: 415 MW


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