Punjab has 2 GW biomass energy potential

According to state secretary for industries, commerce and renewable energy, Anirudh Tewar, India’s state of Punjab has a biomass energy generation potential of 2 GW, of which yet only 150 MW are developed, and they would be happy to interact with the biomass industry. This was reported by Bioenergy News. Therefore the state is making sure that tariff orders will be introduced by the regulator. Currently, other states lead the country’s bioenergy industry, like Maharashtra, Andra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Unttar Pradesh.

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