|Title of Feasibility Study (FS)||CDM Feasibility Study for Biomass-based Power Generation by Utilization of Rice Husks|
|Main Implementing Entity||Industrial Decisions, Inc.|
|FS Partner(s)||Bio-Mass Power Co., Ltd.|
|Location of Project Activity||Thailand (Chainat Province)|
|Category of Project Activity||Biomass Utilisation|
|Duration of Project Activity/ Crediting Period||21 years/ 7 years (renewable crediting period)|
|Summary of FS Report||PDF (154KB)|
|Description of Project Activity||The project owner installs 3.5 MW power plant which uses biomass such as rice husk as primary fuel for power generation. The project generates electricity under the Very Small Power Producer (VSPP) scheme in Thailand.|
For using biomass fuel, the electricity generated by the plant displaces an equivalent amount of electricity generated by grid connected power plants. As a result, the project activity will reduce 13,767tCO2 annually.
|Methodology to be applied||AMS-I.D.|
|Baseline Scenario||CO2 emissions from the Thai electricity grid|
|Demonstration of Additionality||As an access to finance barrier, a local bank will prepare a letter which shows a loan is not able to be provided when the project activity is implemented without CDM. Also as investment barrier, the project owner can demonstrate that the project IRR is lower than a benchmark IRR in Thailand.|
While, there is a possibility to apply the document of Annex15 to EB54 to the project activity.
|Estimation of GHG Emission Reductions||13,767tCO2 annually|
|Monitoring Plan||The managing director is responsible for the whole monitoring process.|
The monitoring officer, who is responsible for measurement and calculation of emission reduction, will measure the electricity supplied to the grid and collect sale receipts. All of bought rice husk, wood bark and king grass will be recorded in purchasing books and relevant invoices.
|Environmental Impact Analysis||According to the IEE report, there is no significant environmental impact likely to be caused due to the project activity.|
|Project Feasibility||The construction phase of the project has been already started.|
|"Co-benefits" (i.e. Improvement of Local Environmental Problems)||By utilizing the waste that would have been otherwise disposed of in landfill sites, the project aims to reduce the amount of refuse.|
|Contribution to Sustainable Development in Host Country||The scores according to Sustainable Development Criteria can meet the conditions set by Thai DNA for Host country's CDM approval.|