Biomass energy technologies in Plaster of Paris industries in India

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Plaster of Paris is an important productive sector in Khara industrial area. About 200 small productive units are consuming between 130 and 700 tons of wood per annum. Therefore,the Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) developed and introduced biomass gasifiers in this sector. The major objective of the project was the adaptation and standardization of the technology to the particular conditions, the installation of demonstration plants and a dissemination campaign to promote the dissemination of a cleaner and efficient energy source for an important economic cluster in Khara, India.

Projects with same technology

Exchange: Supporting the Energy Switch of the Garment Industry in Cambodia through Increased South-South Knowledge Exchange among the Value Chain Stakeholders

To leverage successful technologies and best practices from the region through (1) peer-to-peer exchanges and (2) a capitalisation conference. The conference will bring together all the supply chain stakeholders, including rice husk producers, garment factory owners and international brands who can play a role in adapting their purchasing specifications according to environmental considerations.

Biogas from Slaughterhouse Waste Water Treatment for Heating Purposes

The focus of the project is to demonstrate the potential for producing biogas from slaughterhouse wastewater treatment in Ecuador. Previous research in Bolivia has shown the viability of treating wastewater using tubular digesters with low cost anaerobic filters.

Projects in same country

Powering a village sustainably: generating electricity from waste-based biogas

To facilitate access to electricity in rural communities through community enterprises that generate electricity by using local sources.