The powered generation through biomass is said to have taken backseat in East Godavari and in AP in general. The preference to solar energy at national-level and non-extension of subsidy in the last couple of years is said to have forced the entrepreneurs not to venture into power generation through biomass process.
Several units in the district have taken up power generation through biomass and it crossed 50 mw per day in the district. Two sugar units at Samalkot and Chelluru, the rice mills, sago, biotech units and paper manufacturing plants have taken up the activity by using waste generated in their respective industries. Read More
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