By Renewable Energy Focus staff
The ethanol plant, owned by Henan Tianguan Group, is expected to have a daily capacity of 500,000 m3 biogas from cassava plants.
GE will initially deliver four of its J620 biogas engine units for the first 11 MW phase.
The biogas engines will use the facility’s waste methane biogas to generate renewable electricity that will be exported to the grid. The engines will also use methane gas created by the anaerobic digestion of cassava biomass to produce renewable electricity for the site.