Indian biomass plant to begin commercial operations

Trial runs have commenced at Sri Panchajanya Power’s 10MW biomass power project in Hingoli, Maharashtra, India. Sri Panchajanya is the wholly owned subsidiary of renewable power generation company Suryachakra Power Corporation (SPCL).

The trials began on the 19 June 2010, while the plant is expected to begin operating at full-scale by next week.

SPCL is the flagship company of the Suryachakra Group and committed to constructing economically viable power plants which use state-of-the-art technology.

SPCL has set up a total of three wholly owned subsidiaries for the development of biomass-to-power plants.

Shares in the company have recently risen by 4.29% and are currently trading at Rs 18.25 (€0.32).