Chinese Firm Prepares to Build 30-MW Biomass Plant in West Africa

Chinese Firm Prepares to Build 30-MW Biomass Plant in West Africa

Preliminary work for the construction of the biomass power plant in Mansoa, central Guinea-Bissau, will begin in March, with the arrival of Chinese technicians, announced the Guinean representative of Chinese company Shenyang Lan Sa Trading Co Ltd, which is financing the project.

Macauhub this week reports that progress is being made on preliminary work for construction of a 30-MW biomass plant in Guinea-Bissau, West Africa.

The project, which will supply power to the cities of Bissau and Mansoa, will be powered by agricultural waste, such as rice hulls.

Xuguang Li, president of Shenyang Lan Sa Trading Co Ltd., last October signed an agreement with the Guinea-Bissau government to build the project.

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