New Delhi: National Mission on the use of Biomass in Thermal Power Plants (SAMARTH) collaborates with NTPC to organise a one-day workshop on July 14 in Chandigarh, on ex-situ utilisation of agricultural residue for co-firing in thermal power plants.
The government, ministries, GENCOs, financial institutions, pellet manufacturers, entrepreneurs, industries associations, OEMs, and farmer organisations will participate in the workshop. The aim of the workshop is to promote and facilitate ex-situ utilization of agri-residue in various applications, with a focus on developing an eco-system for aggregation, transportation, manufacturing, supply, and co-firing of biomass in thermal power plants.
The workshop will not only address the issue of stubble burning but also provide an ideal platform for all the stakeholders to share their knowledge and experience for the purposeful use of agri-residue.
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