Haryana Power and New and Renewable Energy Minister, Ranjit Singh said that agreement has been signed with Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCLNSE 0.34 %) for setting up a Compressed Biogas (CBG) plant in the state for disposal of Stubble. About 24 lakh metric tons of stubble will be consumed in 200 projects for the production of 1000 TDP CGB. He said that 24 firms have given a proposal for 38 project to set up a CBG plant of 234 tonnes per day capacity in Haryana.
Apart from this, stubble will also be used in thermal plants. About 50 to 55 lakh tonne of stubble is produced in the State every year. For its disposal, several ambitious projects are being started in the State, in which about 40 lakh tonne of stubble will be consumed, the Minister added. Read More
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