Biomass power plant up and running in Punjab

Infrastructure development company Gammon Infrastructure Projects and its special purpose vehicle (SPV) Punjab Biomass Power has commissioned its first biomass plant.

The facility, located in Patiala, Punjab, India, uses rice straw and husk to generate 12MW of power, some of which is exported to the state grid.

Gammon Infrastructure owns a 50% stake in the biomass plant, while its SPV has recently entered into a 20-year power purchase agreement with Punjab State Electricity Board.

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