Host Country: BangladeshJCM Feasibility Study (FS)

High-Efficiency Rice Husk-based Cogeneration

FS Entity: EJ Business Partners

Outline of GHG Mitigation Activity

2.5MW high-efficiency rice husk fired cogeneration facility will be installed to generate electricity and steam for parboiling. The generated electricity and steam will be sold to the neighboring rice mill and/or grid. This project can contribute to the improvement of the traditional rice parboiling process, to the efficient rice husk utilisation, and GHG mitigation through substitution of fossil fuel used for private diesel generator at the rice mill and grid power source.

Draft JCM Methodology

The following 4 cases are considered as the methodology to calculate GHG emission reductions. It depends on the types of replaced energy supplied by project electricity;

  • Case 1: Grid power substitution
  • Case 2: Existing rice mill power substitution
  • Case 3: Power supply to demand of existing or new factory
  • Case 4: Power supply to households in off-grid area

Expected GHG Emission Reductions

10,138tCO2/yr

Case 2 is applied for estimation
← Amount of electricity consumption (to be replaced by the project) x CO2 emission factor
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