Host Country: VietnamJCM Feasibility Study (FS)

Introduction of Co-generation System Using Bagasse in Sugar Factory

Implementing Entity: Japan NUS Co., Ltd

Outline of GHG Mitigation Activity

Nghe An Sugar Company (NASU), one of the largest sugar companies in Vietnam, is planning to introduce a 35MW co-generation system that runs with bagasse from the sugar production process. All vapor from the system is consumed in the sugar production process. The 6MW of electricity generated is used for internal processes and the surplus 29MW is sold to EVN (VietNam Electricity). GHG emissions reduction is achieved by substituting grid electricity with electricity from biomass.

Expected GHG Emission Reductions

144,751 tCO2/year

  • Reference CO2 emissions: 144,761tCO2/year
    electricity generation supplied to the grid (231,840MWh/yr)
    x grid CO2 emission factor (0.624tCO2/MWh)
  • Project CO2 emissions: 10tCO2/year

Study Report

Note: JCM proposed methodology and its attached sheet are preliminary drafts and have neither been officially approved under the JCM, nor are guaranteed to be officially approved under the JCM.