China continues its search for new sources of electricity. Now he’s going to generate electricity from cow manure.
In recent years, the problem with energy sources has been growing. The resources used in electricity generation are also beginning to be restricted. As a result, large companies and countries interested in the issue are looking to create new resources. As a result of this search, an interesting resource was created in China.
Biomass RNG cogeneration project generates electricity from cow manure and hay
China, which is looking for new exit doors to meet its electricity needs, came up with an interesting initiative in this regard. The Anhui Wuhe Modern Energy RNG cogeneration project, built by China Energy Construction, uses cow manure and hay as raw materials in electricity generation.
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The structure, which is the largest single biomass RNG cogeneration project in the country, is on its way to becoming an important source of electricity. So much so that according to company officials, the total capacity of the project is 9 megawatts. The project aims to grow even bigger if everything goes well.
China’s electricity council is very hopeful about the project. The project will generate electricity for China’s high-tech and equipment manufacturing industries. So much so that coal-fired electricity is the most important of China’s existing resources.
China has begun to highlight the trend of green and low-carbon development in energy production. So much so that full-scale grid-connected solar generation has increased by 25 percent in the last year. In addition, there is a 40 percent increase in energy from wind energy