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GIZ-EKONID Business Forum on

Innovative Technology to Tap in Indonesias Bioenergy Potential


Jakarta, 17 November 2014

Application of Technology for


Biomass/Biogas Project in
Indonesia
Rohmadi Ridlo
Badan Pengkajian dan Penerapan
Teknologi
Agenda
Application of Technology for Biomass Project
in Indonesia
Application of Technology for Biogas Project in
Indonesia
Biomass Conversion Paths
Feedstocks Processes Products
Heat &
Agriculture Combustion Steam
Power
waste
Solid CO + H2 DME
Gasification
Plantation Biomass Methanol
waste
Pyrolysis Bio-Oil FT Conv.
Industry
waste Oil Extraction Esterific. Biodiesel
Crops
Municipal Sugar
waste Fermentation Distillat. Ethanol
Crops
POME Shift Reformer

Animal Wet Anaerobic Biogas Hydrogen


manure Biomass Digestion
Biomass Conversion Paths
Feedstocks Processes Products
Heat &
Agriculture Combustion Steam
Power
waste
Solid CO + H2 DME
Gasification
Plantation Biomass Methanol
waste
Pyrolysis Bio-Oil FT Conv.
Industry
waste Oil Extraction Esterific. Biodiesel
Crops
Municipal Sugar
waste Fermentation Distillat. Ethanol
Crops
POME Shift Reformer

Animal Wet Anaerobic Biogas Hydrogen


manure Biomass Digestion
CURRENT WASTE MANAGEMENT
(case: palm oil mill)
SOLID handling LIQUID treatment
- Empty Fruit Bunch current - Palm Oil Mill Effluent (POME) or
incineration or mulching (no EFB effluent from tapioca industry
treatment) current open lagoons digestion
disadvantages : disadvantages :
- loss of oil in the EFB - methane emission to
- unutilized potentially renewable atmosphere (global warming gas)
energy source - loss of potentially renewable
- Empty fruit bunch energy source
current utilization for boiler - large area required for ponds
disadvantage :
- EFB contains high moisture
(lower calorific value)
Biomass Power Project in Indonesia
Area and Source of Capacity Capacity Total
Biomass Off-Grid (MW) On-Grid(MW)
Sumatera
Palm oil mills 409 73 482
Sugarcane 66 - 66
Pulp and paper 955 - 955
Kalimantan
Palm oil mills 191 - 191
Jawa-Bali
Palm oil mills 2 - 2
Sugarcane 142 - 142
Sulawesi
Palm oil mills 20 - 20
Sugarcane 11 - 11
Papua
Palm oil mills 4 - 4
TOTAL 1,800 73 1,873
Source: Dr. Dadan Kusdiana, Empowering Bioenergy Policies Implementation, 2014 (recalculated)
Current Biomass Power Plants connected to
PLNs Grids
No Company COD Biomass Type Installed Capacity (MW)
1 PT Riau Prima Energy 2001 Palm waste 5*)
2 PT Listrindo Kencana 2006 Palm waste 6
3 PT Growth Sumatra 2006 Palm waste 6*)
4 PT Indah Kiat Pulp & Paper 2006 Palm waste 2*)
5 PT Belitung Energy 2010 Palm waste 8
6 PT Growth Sumatra 2010 Palm waste 9*)
7 PT Pelita Agung 2010 Palm waste 5*)
8 Permata Hijau Sawit 2010 Palm waste 2*)
9 PT Growth Asia 2011 Palm waste 15
10 PT Growth Asia 2012 Palm waste 15
11 PT PLN-PLTB Pulubala 2014 Corncob 0.5
Total On-Grid Capacity

*) contracted capacity, Source: Dr. Dadan Kusdiana, Empowering Bioenergy Policies Implementation, 2014 (recalculated)
Biomass Power Plant
Connected
No Name of Poject Capacity Location Kind of Fuel Start Boiler Operating Condition to Boiler Turbine
Gross Net Project Pressure Temp. Steam grid
(kW) (kW) expected (bar g) (0C) (ton/hr)
April
1MNA 9,700 8,768 Sumut Shell & fibre 2006 42 450 45.5 No Vickers Dresser Rand
April
2MSS 9,700 8,768 Riau Shell & fibre 2006 42 450 45.5 No Vickers Dresser Rand
3PTIP 7,000 6,000 Riau Shell Juli 2007 40 380 45 No Boilermech Dresser Rand
4PTMM I 7,000 6,000 Sumut Shell & EFB Juli 2007 40 380 45 yes Boilermech Dresser Rand
Maret
5Listrindo Kencana 6,000 4,800 Babel Shell & EFB 2007 38 450 35 yes
6Mandau 6,000 5,000 Riau Shell & EFB Agst 2007 50 450 25 No Enco Volund Shin Nippon
Maret
7Nagamas 3,000 2,250 Riau 2007 yes
Maret
Nagamas 30,000* Riau Shell 2007 50 400 40 Vickers Hoskins Dresser Rand
8 3,000 Coconut shell & 30 360 24
Amurang 4,300* Sulut fiber Okt 2006 10 180 7
31-7-
9Southern 5,250 Kalbar Wood waste 2007 47 70 Yoshimine H-2000 Shinko Industry
2750*
Lampung
10KPSA 4,000* Selatan Saw dust and bark Mar-06
Bengkalis, Dresser Rand &
11PAA Biomass Cogen 9,200 8,500 Riau Fibre+Shell+EFB Sep-04 32 320 75 and 15 Vickers Hoskins Newage AVK
95,000*
Kendal, Wood chip & Saw
13PT RPI 4,000 Central Java dust Mar-07 No
Shinko (second
14PT BKR 4,000 Riau Shell, fibre, EFB Jan-07 30 45 hand, 1994)
PT BELITUNG
15ENERGY 7,500 6,750 Babel Shell & EFB Oct-07 yes
North Super Andalas
18PTPN IV 3,000 2,200 Sumatera Shell & EFB 2008 32 370 22 No Steel/Takuma Dresser Rand
North
19PTPN III 2 x 3500 Sumatera Shell & EFB Jul-05 No
Block Diagram of Equipments in
Belitung Energy Biomass Power Plant
Diesel genset

Biomass Entry
Receiving stations,
Silos, drying, etc.

Processed
biomass

Water System: Condensate


Biomass Feeder Feed Tanks, water
Conveyor, weighing Treatment, etc.
instruments
High
pressure
steam Electricity Meter 1
Turbine
Biomass
Boiler Generator
PLN
Meter
fuel Meter 2
McKenzie Hangzhou steam turbine
45 t/h 8000 kW, 38 t/h Electricity
0
34 bar(g) 34 bar(g), 415 C to grid
0
415 C
Parasitic
consumption
note:
Meter 1: electricity produce from Turbine
Meter 2: Parasitic load
Block Diagram of Listrindo Kencana
Biomass Power Plant

6 MW
35 t/h
3.82 Mpa
450 0C
Electricity delivered to PLNs Grid
Listrindo Kencana Biomass Power Plant
Reading of Reading of
Primary Comparison Trade with
Reading of Secondary Instruments (kWh)
Instrument Instrument PLN (kWh)
Month
(kWh) (kWh) (billings to
Listrindo PLN)
PLN Gross Auxiliary Genset Total
Kencana
Column A B C D E F G
Jan-09 1,576,480 1,584,950 2,021,350 563,305 24,600 1,482,645 1,572,000
Feb-09 1,135,520 1,141,100 1,463,500 406,740 21,000 1,077,760 1,193,120
Mar-09 1,224,480 1,230,850 1,547,750 386,770 8,700 1,169,680 1,196,800
Apr-09 1,438,080 1,446,800 1,858,500 500,550 9,520 1,367,470 1,410,720
May-09 1,671,520 1,681,000 2,111,400 585,500 15,960 1,541,860 1,726,560
Jun-09 1,873,920 1,884,400 2,258,530 303,613 32,320 1,987,237 1,824,160
Jul-09 1,538,240 1,546,350 1,918,980 313,748 3,400 1,608,632 1,539,840
Aug-09 1,077,760 1,084,350 1,376,290 223,568 24,280 1,177,002 1,050,400
Sep-09 1,567,360 1,577,250 1,988,940 259,923 8,880 1,737,897 1,644,320
Oct-09 1,588,160 1,596,850 n/a 438,309 8,640 n/a 1,540,480
Total 14,691,520 14,773,900 3,982,026 157,300 14,698,400
Biomass Consumption
Listrindo Kencana Biomass Power Plant
Shell Fiber
(Measured) Specific Fuel Specific Fuel
Month Consumption Consumption
Consumption (kg/KWh) Consumption (kg/kWh)
(Ton) (Ton)
Gross Net Gross Net
No
Jan-09 2,085 NA NA NA NA
consumption
No
Feb-09 1,860 NA NA NA NA
consumption
No
Mar-09 2,062 1.305 1.660 NA NA
consumption
Apr-09 2,795 1.639 2.184 411 1.298 1.691
May-09 2,168 1.276 1.610 667 NA NA
Jun-09 2,854 1.541 1.817 1,017 NA NA
Jul-09 2,232 1.688 1.951 1,843 2.686 3.791
Aug-09 2,056 2.408 2.945 1,390 2.493 3.228
Sep-09 3,301 1.707 2.222 148 2.785 3.899
Oct-09 3,658 2.474 2.480 152 NA NA
Total 25,070 1.755 2.109 5,627 2.315 3.152
Comparison on Actual vs Specific Fuel
Consumption calculation
Listrindo Kencana Biomass Power Plant
Shell Fiber
Total SFC Actual
Month Consumption SFC Consumption SFC
(Ton) (Ton)
calculation generation
Calculation Calculation
Jan-09 2,085 2,241,925 0 0 2,241,925 1,576,480
Feb-09 1,860 1,999,989 0 0 1,999,989 1,135,520
Mar-09 2,062 2,216,927 0 0 2,216,927 1,224,480
Apr-09 2,795 3,005,441 411 237,509 3,242,950 1,438,080
May-09 2,168 2,331,108 667 385,289 2,716,397 1,671,520
Jun-09 2,854 3,068,710 1,017 587,613 3,656,322 1,873,920
Jul-09 2,232 2,399,989 1,843 1,065,289 3,465,278 1,538,240
Aug-09 2,056 2,210,785 1,390 803,358 3,014,143 1,077,760
Sep-09 3,301 3,549,570 148 85,555 3,635,125 1,567,360
Oct-09 3,658 3,932,817 152 87,977 4,020,794 1,588,160
Total 25,070 26,957,260 5,627 3,252,590 30,209,850 14,691,520
Thermal Efficiency of Operation
Listrindo Kencana Biomass Power Plant
Heat Value (GJ) Thermal efficiency (%)
(Electrical
Electricity
Month Generation/Biomass Input)
Biomass
Gross @
Net @ Export Gross Net
Turbine
Jan-09 32,897 7,277 5,691 22.12% 17.30%
Feb-09 29,347 5,269 4,098 17.95% 13.96%
Mar-09 32,530 5,572 4,420 17.13% 13.59%
Apr-09 49,103 6,691 5,193 13.63% 10.58%
May-09 42,321 7,601 6,035 17.96% 14.26%
Jun-09 57,406 8,131 6,765 14.16% 11.78%
Jul-09 57,655 6,908 5,552 11.98% 9.63%
Aug-09 49,361 4,955 3,892 10.04% 7.88%
Sep-09 53,886 7,160 5,660 13.29% 10.50%
Oct-09 59,561 n/a 5,733 n/a 9.63%
Average 46,407 6,618 5,304 15.36% 11.91%
Thermal Efficiency of Operation
Listrindo Kencana Biomass Power Plant
Consumption (ton) Heat Value (GJ) Thermal efficiency
(%) (Electrical
Electricity Generation/Bioma
Month
Shell Fibre Biomass ss Input)
Gross @ Net @
Gross Net
Turbine Export
Jan-10 3082.83 463.89 63,258 6,543 4,991 10.34% 7.89%
Feb-10 930.48 1.69 16,963 1,593 1,030 9.39% 6.07%
Mar-10 2490.09 780.71 57,346 5,958 4,199 10.39% 7.32%
Apr-10 1312.01 267.58 28,002 3,066 2,111 10.95% 7.54%
May-10 3372.51 660.37 71,556 7,840 6,254 10.96% 8.74%
Jun-10 2432.20 1457.33 66,711 6,777 5,309 10.16% 7.96%
Jul-10 1596.58 535.52 37,307 4,036 2,580 10.82% 6.91%
Aug-10 2019.77 1357.76 57,670 6,186 4,082 10.73% 7.08%
Sep-10 665.83 243.02 15,862 1,707 1,037 10.76% 6.54%
Oct-10 632.86 316.43 16,392 1,473 953 8.98% 5.82%
Nov-10 152.02 44.78 3,457 384 278 11.12% 8.03%
Dec-10 315.94 89.99 7,137 785 953 11.00% 13.36%
Total 19003.11 6219.08 441660 46348.63 33778.21 10.47% 7.77%
Thermal Efficiency of Operation
Listrindo Kencana Biomass Power Plant
Consumption (ton) Heat Value (GJ) Thermal
efficiency (%)
(Electrical
Electricity
Month Generation/Biom
Shell Fibre Biomass
ass Input)
Gross @ Net @
Gross Net
Turbine Export
Jan-12 3185.02 632.07 58610.94 7590.85 5328.77 12.95% 9.09%
Feb-12 2866.80 635.95 53805.35 6955.56 4643.59 12.93% 8.63%
Mar-12 552.97 141.69 10676.46 1359.18 790.76 12.73% 7.41%
Apr-12 1554.57 1073.42 40592.80 4340.20 2510.66 10.69% 6.18%
May-12 3185.02 632.07 28091.48 2431.01 979.36 8.65% 3.49%
Jun-12 2391.12 1639.41 62254.30 1692.65 1022.13 2.72% 1.64%
Jul-12 1593.81 235.02 28055.92 3432.56 1885.55 12.23% 6.72%
Aug-12 1593.81 1199.40 43166.87 2944.26 1473.52 6.82% 3.41%
Sep-12 5016.60 684.44 87441.00 4763.95 2616.52 5.45% 2.99%
Oct-12 1823.37 522.00 36063.18 3995.21 2281.10 11.08% 6.33%
Nov-12 460.03 617.68 16713.50 1413.22 687.51 8.46% 4.11%
Dec-12 822.76 0.42 12588.65 1380.49 771.52 10.97% 6.13%
Total 25045.88 8013.57 478060 42299 24990.98 9.64% 5.51%
Biogas Project in Indonesia
Domestic utilization: Currently there is more
than 13,500 unit of biogas digester are installed
to meet domestic needs (cooking and lighting).
Biogas is produced from animal manure;
Commercial/industry sector: Biogas program is
implemented through the commercial basis. The
biogas unit system is built in a large scale, usually
to generate an electricity. Biogas is produced
from palm oil mill effluent (POME), tapioca
effluent and municipal solid waste.
Technology for Biogas Project in
Indonesia (POME)
No Name of Project FFB POME Location COD Gas Engine Electricity
POM processes Province Capacity generated Reactor Technology from
(t/y) (m3/y) (mg/l) (kW) (kWh/y)
covered
1PT Permata Hijau Sawit 440,641 375,553 North Sumatera 50,000 lagoon
covered
2PT Sago Nauli POM 277,464 194,225 North Sumatera 50,000 lagoon
covered
3Bukit Maradja POM 162,981 114,087 North Sumatera 50,000 lagoon
covered
4Harapan Sawit Lestari 300,000 180,000 West Kalimantan 75,000 lagoon
covered
5PT Victorindo Alam Lestari 335,414 184,478 North Sumatera 85,767 lagoon
covered
6PT Tolan Tiga Indonesia (Perlabian) 158,007 102,705 North Sumatera 76,950 lagoon
covered
7Milano Pinang Awan 298,145 193,794 North Sumatera 52,650 lagoon
9PT Nubika Jaya 210,000 North Sumatera 52,000 Tank reactor Keck Seng Bhd
covered
11PT Sisirau 170,398 119,278 NAD 40,012 lagoon
covered
12PT Bakrie Pasaman (Agrowiratama POM) 195,688 136,982 Pasaman, West Sumatera 36,5732x1000 lagoon
covered
13PT Sumbertama Nusapertiwi 93,006 65,104 Jambi 45,090 lagoon
covered
14PT. Steelindo Wahana Perkasa 368,218 257,753 Bangka Belitung 62,190 lagoon
covered
15PT. Megah Pusaka Andalas 232,531 162,772 North Sumatera 27,549 lagoon
covered
Nilo POM 295,403 206,782 Riau 47,398 lagoon
PT. ADEI Plantation and Industry (Mandau covered
16 ) 264,968 185,478 Riau 35,823 lagoon
covered
17PT. Sahabat Mewah dan Makmur 150,000 BaBel 40,123500-1000 lagoon
Technology for Biogas Project in
Indonesia (POME)
No Name of Project FFB POME Location COD Gas Engine Electricity
POM processes Province Capacity generated Reactor Technology from
(t/y) (m3/y) (mg/l) (kW) (kWh/y)
Aquarius
18Sugihwaras POM-PT Pinago Utama 400,000 200,000 Sumatra Selatan 65,360 CSTR Systems
19Pangkalan Lesung 270,000 199,800 Riau 89,983 2 x 952 CIGAR
covered
22Sei Pelakar 285,000 185,250 Jambi 69,481 2 x 630 lagoon Biotec
23Perdana 302,501 298,568 Kalimantan Timur 69,640 957 CIGAR
24Cakra 350,000 258,104 Kalimantan Timur 86,170 957 CIGAR
25PT Mitra Aneka Rezeki 207,900 Pontianak, West Kalimantan 65,000 flared FLR digester
Pasaman Barat, West 144,47
26PT Agrowiratama 233,787 136,064 Sumatera 5 2 x 1000 CIGAR
102,19
27Batang Kulim 308,553 250,545 Sorek, Riau 3 3 x 1000 CIGAR
114,45
28Berkat Sawit Sejati 365,270 225,006 Palembang, South Sumatra 0 2 x 1000 CIGAR
114,81
29PT. Sukajadi Sawit Mekar POM #2 265,000 177,550 Central Kalimantan 9 2 x1000 CIGAR
114,81
30PT. Unggul Lestari 233,618 156,524 Central Kalimantan 9 2 x 1000 CIGAR
114,81
31PT. Sukajadi Sawit Mekar POM 300,100 201,067 Central Kalimantan 9 3 x 1000 CIGAR
109,89
32PT. Maju Aneka Sawit 243,056 162,604 Central Kalimantan 6 2 x 1000 CIGAR
33PT Gunung Sawit Bina Lestari 280,692 204,344 Bangka Belitung 65,946 2000
35PT Gunung Mara Lestari 370,950 259,665 Bangka-Belitung 65,946 2300
Muara Enim, South
36PT. Golden Blossom POM 380,000 228,000 Sumatera 32,911 CSTR
Muara Enim, South covered
37PT. Suryabumi Agro 380,000 228,000 Sumatera 32,911 lagoon
38PT Umbul Mas wisesa 284,700 North Sumatera 65,000
39Tandun 195,429 148,575 Riau 49,200 CIGAR
Sei Tapung 154,187 139,332 Riau 46,700 CIGAR
41Sei Rokan 174,655 122,259 Riau 41,100
Terantam 226,975 158,883 Riau 49,900
Technology for Biogas Project in
Indonesia (Wasterwater from Tapioca)
No Name of Project Location Kind of Wastewater Biogas Technology Reactor
Industry generated engine provider
kW
1BAJ Unit 6 Tulang Bawang, LampungTapioca 14 m3/mt 2x1063 GWE UASB
15 kg COD/m3
COD: 17,857ppm day
50,000 kg
COD/day
HRT: 1.2 - 1.5 d
2BAJ Tulang Bawang Tulang Bawang, LampungTapioca 5,625 m3/d 5000 GWE UASB
42,615
COD: 18,000 ppm MWh/y
163,125 m3/month
1,957,500 m3/y
Lampung Tengah,
3BAJ Way Abung Lampung Tapioca 16,900 m3/day 5 x 1000 UASB
0.21 kg CH4/kg
Glucose 5,918,850 m3/y up to 8000 COD
Citric Acid 11.296 kg COD/m3
Lampung Utara,
4BAJ Gunung Agung Lampung Tapioca 2,800 m3/d 2 x 1063 GWE UASB
966,000 m3/y
COD: 17,678 ppm
5BAJ Pakuan Agung Muara Sungkai, LampungTapioca 2,800 m3/d 2 x 1063 GWE UASB
966,000 m3/y
COD: 17,678 ppm
Lampung Tengah,
6BAJ Terbanggi Lampung Tapioca 2,800 m3/d 2 x 1063 UASB
980,000 m3/y
14 m3/mt
Technology for Biogas Project in
No
Indonesia (Wasterwater from Tapioca)
Name of Project Location Kind of Wastewater Biogas Technology Reactor
Industry generated engine provider
kW
Lampung Timur,
7BAJ Way Jepara Lampung Tapioca 2,800 m3/d 2 x 1063 UASB
1,125,000 m3/y 25,118
8SPM 1 and SPM 2 Lampung Utara, lampungTapioca (SPM1) MWh/y Cover Reactor
Lampung Tengah, 12,642
Lampung Tapioca 781,250 m3/y (SPM2) MWh/y
20.7 kg COD/m3
(SPM1)
18.2 kg COD/m3
(SPM2)
Lampung Tengah,
9GGP-UJA Biogas Lampung pineapple COD loading: 37 t UASB
Tapioca COD loading: 60 t
total input: 6,028
m3/d
5.434 kg COD/m3
PT. Sinar Pematang Mulia 2
10(SPM2) Mataram Udik village Tapioca 4000 m3/d 3 x 1000 CIGAR
Bandar Mataram sub- Waste
district 1,320,000 m3/y Solutions
Central Lampung regency Ltd (WSL)
PT. Sinar Pematang Mulia
111(SPM1) Rejomulyo village Tapioca 4000 m3/d 3 x 1000 Waste CIGAR
Mesuji sub-district 1,320,000 m3/y Solutions
Central Lampung regency Ltd (WSL)
Note:
CIGAR: Covered In Ground Anaerobic Reactor technology
UASB: Upflow unaerobic sludge blanket
Technology for Biogas Project in
Indonesia (Wasterwater from Tapioca)
No Name of Project Location Kind of Wastewater Biogas Technology Reactor
Industry generated engine provider
kW
12Biogas Project Florindo, Sukaraja Sukaraja Nuban Tapioca 1 x 1000 CIGAR
Kecamatan Batanghari
Nuban 780,300 m3/y
Kabupaten Lampung
Timur COD: 11,540 ppm
Biogas Project Florindo, Tulung
13Buyut Kampung Tulung Buyut, Tapioca 25 m3/t tapioca 2 x 1000 CIGAR
Kecamatan Hulu Sungkai, 1,207,500 m3/y
Kabupaten Lampung
Utara COD:11,998 ppm
14Biogas Project Florindo, SB 7 Kampung Setia Bumi 7 Tapioca 25 m3/t tapioca 1 x 1000
Seputih Banyak 646,875 m3/y
Lampung Tengah COD: 11,119 ppm
Biogas Project Florindo, Tanjung
15Bintang Neglasari Tapioca 25 m3/t tapioca 1 x 1000
Katibung 603750 m3/y
Lampung Selatan COD:11,479 ppm
16Biogas Project Florindo, Rumbia Bumi Nabung Timur Tapioca 25 m3/t tapioca 1 x 1000
Bumi Nabung 603750 m3/y
Lampung Tengah COD: 11,713 ppm

Note:
CIGAR: Covered In Ground Anaerobic Reactor technology
UASB: Upflow unaerobic sludge blanket
Methane Recovery and Utilization at
PT. Musim Mas Palm Oil Mill in
Pangkalan Lesung, Riau Indonesia
Biogas engine Auxiliary
Flaring
2x952 kW power

Scrubber/Chiller/
blower

Mixing tank/ treated existing


existing
POME cooling & BIOGAS POME POME
polishing
from mill recirculation DIGESTER treatment
plant
tank ponds

Sludge
POME recycling

Land application
Biogas project from Tapioca Industry
(BAJ Unit 6)
Biogas engine Auxiliary
Flaring power
Captive electricity 2x1063 kW
consumption

Scrubber/Chiller/
blower

Mixing tank/ treated Aerobic


Tapioca
cooling & UASB BIOGAS effluent Lagoon
Starch recirculation REACTOR system
Plant tank

Excess sludge
application

End use
Performance of Biogas Project BAJ
Unit 6
Electricity
Wastewater COD COD Methane Temperatu Total
Biogas Pressure of Flow gas Genset A Genset B consumed
flow into entering exiting in the re of Genset
production biogas to genset Load Load by the
digester digester digester biogas biogas Load
project
Unit m3 mg/L mg/L Nm3 % bar(g) degC Nm3 kWh kWh kWh kWh
Sep 2009 22,819 15,243 1,252 107,218 75.74 22 33 68,140 22,200 191,900 214,100 69,002
Oct 2009 68,450 12,304 1,954 313,255 76.36 22 32 206,459 421,600 208,500 630,100 194,460
Nov 2009 42,107 13,406 2,553 147,653 76.74 20 32 104,152 114,400 208,300 322,700 163,096
Dec 2009 61,536 13,119 2,287 215,979 77.09 21 32 178,645 188,800 282,700 471,500 175,641
Jan 2010 686 11,563 1,113 2,736 76.29 20 32 2,282 0.0 4,900 4,900 6,273
Feb 2010 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
March 2010 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Apr 2010 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
May 2010 18,076 11,843 1,359 104,787 77.87 23 33 28,005 26,500 34,800 61,300 14,080
June 2010 11,580 12,400 1,327 62,049 76.98 24 32 6,622 5,200 6,700 11,900 8,139
July 2010 2,412 11,247 1,055 13,241 81.45 23 32 5,676 0 11,300 11,300 1,403
Aug 2010 42,750 17,499 2,164 253,097 70.65 23 31 140,317 160,700 165,200 325,900 28,624
Sept 2010 8,582 14,804 2,346 58,054 69.80 24 33 29,749 14,600 56,600 71,200 6,589
Oct 2010 48,738 12,414 1,617 319,621 70.82 24 33 185,295 248,300 196,500 444,800 31,113
Nov 2010 39,378 14,051 2,119 266,890 73.25 24 33 131,802 169,000 161,600 330,600 23,754
Dec 2010 46,320 13,545 1,963 317,022 74.36 23 32 175,851 179,700 221,500 401,200 29,656
Jan 2011 52,816 14,342 2,066 401,499 71.39 24 31 259,718 318,900 247,200 566,100 32,475
Feb 2011 53,007 14,488 2,093 426,346 70.78 24 32 299,356 404,000 273,800 677,800 33,462
March 2011 55,989 13,535 1,642 401,277 71.01 23 32 256,376 290,000 298,300 588,300 30,181
Apr 2011 63,908 13,101 2,014 425,348 71.24 22 33 277,590 306,400 323,400 629,800 34,954
May 2011 47,377 13,301 1,380 340,505 73.53 24 33 227,140 251,300 259,000 510,300 29,290
June 2011 69,524 12,496 1,411 490,762 71.38 24 32 332,049 362,200 365,400 727,600 38,278
Grand
total/average 756,055 13,405 1,774 4,667,339 74.04 23 32 2,915,224 3,483,800 3,517,600 7,001,400 950,471
Performance of Biogas Project BAJ
Unit 6
Parameter Electricity generation by the Electricity consumed by the Grid electricity displaced by
project project the project
Unit MWh MWh MWh
Sep-09 214 69 145
Oct-09 630 194 436
Nov-09 323 163 164
Dec-09 472 176 305
Jan-10 5 6 -
Feb-10 - - -
Mar-10 - - -
Apr-10 - - -
May-10 61 14 47
Jun-10 12 8 5
Jul-10 11 1 10
Aug-10 326 29 297
Sep-10 71 7 65
Oct-10 445 31 414
Nov-10 331 24 307
Dec-10 401 30 372
Jan-11 566 32 534
Feb-11 678 33 644
Mar-11 588 30 558
Apr-11 630 35 595
May-11 510 29 481
Jun-11 728 38 689
Total 7,001 950 6,068
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