The project will be built over the next two years, with the aim of starting up the plant at the end of 2014, DP Cleantech said today in an e-mailed statement that was dated Jan. 8. The straw-fired technology will also be able to handle a fuel mix that’s as much as 90 percent woodchips, the company said.
DP CleanTech, which developed its technology in Europe, has headquarters in Copenhagen and Beijing.
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