Biomass could power 28 per cent of Swaziland, company says
August 9, 2016
By Maria Church
A forestry and sawmilling company in Swaziland hopes to power 28 per cent of the country's electricity needs through biomass in as little as three years.
The company, Montigny, is developing plans for construction of a 35MW biomass power plant fed by 60,000 hectares of Forestry Stewardship Council certified plantations.
The company hopes to reach financial closure on the plans within the next year.
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