Smoke rises from a coal-powered steel plant at Hehal village in the eastern state of Jharkhand, India in September 2021. Photo: AP
Smoke rises from a coal-powered steel plant at Hehal village in the eastern state of Jharkhand, India in September 2021. Photo: AP

Hong Kong firm to supply biocoal to power plants, households as alternative energy source amid stubborn demand, high prices for fossil fuels

  • Company started producing bio coal in November and aims to raise its capacity from 300,000 tonnes annually to 5 million by 2027
  • Its first big contracts will be to supply bio coal to a power plant in Asia, and as heat source for households in Europe

Smoke rises from a coal-powered steel plant at Hehal village in the eastern state of Jharkhand, India in September 2021. Photo: AP
Smoke rises from a coal-powered steel plant at Hehal village in the eastern state of Jharkhand, India in September 2021. Photo: AP
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