What's A.T. BIOPOWER
 
 
Electricity Generation from biomass is a Government's project, through the Energy Policy and Planning Office (EPPO), Ministry of Energy, whose policy is to encourage private participation through the establishment of Small Power Producers or SPP. These SPPs generate electricity from renewable sources such as rice husk, sugar cane, corn leaves, tapioca, palm shell and woodchips. All of these are biomass. SPP sells electricity to the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT). This is the effort to promote alternative energy to compliment and strengthen the existing electricity generating capacity of Thailand, and to reduce fuel imports. At present, 90% of electricity generation relies on oil, coal and natural gases, which are fossil fuel that are not renewable. It is projected that in 30 years, the supply of coal and natural gases in Thailand will be completely exhausted if there is no new exploration and discovery of new sources.
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