YANGON, Aug. 30 (Xinhua) -- Demonstration of use of China-assisted 200KW biomass gasification power generator was held in Nyaungdon, Myanmar's Ayeyarwady region, on Thursday.
The biomass gasification power generation project was implemented with the technical assistance of China's Science and Technology Ministry.
At the event, Dr. Zaw Min Naing, deputy director-general of research and innovation department of Myanmar, thanked China for sharing emerging poly-generation technology which could protect environment from pollution.
He expressed his belief that the project could be a great help to Myanmar government's plan of nationwide electricity supply in 2030 , expressing willingness to enhance more technology cooperation between Myanmar and China in the future.
Yang Shouzheng, counselor of the Chinese embassy in Myanmar, said that the biomass power generation technology could be promoted in Myanmar through the project which was started in 2015.
Xiang Changwan, leader of Kunming Dianyan New Energy Technology Development Company which developed the technology, said that the biomass gasification power generation technology can be used to convert into electricity and biomass charcoal to meet the growing electricity demand in Myanmar.
He also pledged to develop such power generator in cooperation with Yangon Sino Technology Company, aiming to promote application of biomass energy utilization in Myanmar.
The biomass gasification power generator can convert waste paddy husk into electricity without any harm to environment and can run for 24 consecutive hours for one month.