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Energy crop technology and plantation management to Indonesia

An Indonesian company is looking for Finnish expertise in planting and managing energy crops – especially trees.
About six species of tropical trees are already identified and classified as potential energy crops. The plan is to turn the wood from the trees into wood chip fuel to supply small power plants all over Indonesia.
Indonesia’s program for replacing existing coal fired power plants with power plants that uses wood chips as fuel means that the fuel feed stock needs to be guaranteed before the biomass-based power plants can be built.
According to Indonesian experience in local energy crops the optimum yield is around 20-30 ton/Ha/annum and with Finnish technology it could be upgraded to around 60 ton/Ha/annum, which can lower the need for large forest plantation areas.
If you are interested to hear more about this opportunity, please contact Harry Dhavilla.
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