The biomass business is being developed sustainably by adhering to the principle of mutual benefit creation with our trading partners. This approach allows for income distribution to local regions, fosters community involvement, and facilitates giving back to society.
Sahacogen is dedicated to the advancement of renewable energy integration. As part of this commitment, the company has explored the use of “biomass” - a type of agricultural waste material that includes wood chips, sawdust, corn cobs, sugarcane leaves, and cassava rhizomes. This approach not only promotes participation but also provides societal benefits. Sahacogen purchases this biomass from local farmers, using it as fuel to generate electricity and steam for the group’s biomass power plants. To streamline this process, the company has set up a center for the procurement and processing of biomass. This center, which has been operational since 2010, purchases biomass directly from local farmers.
Sahacogen Green Company Limited’s Center for Biomass Procurement and Processing
- The Biomass Procurement and Processing Center purchases biomass from farmers and small-scale traders, allowing for direct sales at the center.
- The center’s management operates on the principle of mutual benefit creation for both partners and society, which includes employing local individuals. A system is in place for quality inspection, along with documentation that traces the origin of all types of biomass.