DP Cleantech signs contract to build coconut-to-energy power plant in Thailand

December 8, 2013 |

In Thailand, DP Cleantech has signed a contract with Mahachai Green Power project in Samut Sakhon Province to deliver a state of the art 9.5 MWe high pressure, high temperature plant. The plant will run on coconut waste residues, (husk, shell, frond and leaves).

The new advanced design has been adapted especially for coconut waste to ensure minimal fuel consumption, flexibility to mix several kinds of fuels in various sizes, high power yields and will include high efficiency flue gas cleaning systems to lower emissions below regulatory standards. DP Cleantech is able to guarantee long-term stable performance, operating at full capacity for more than 7,900 hours per year. No financial details were released at this time.

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