Avoiding methane emissions from a cassava starch factory and generating clean energy
Discover the Sustainable Development Goals our Hamparan project fulfills:
33,012 tonnes of CO2e avoided (equivalent to emissions of 7,177 cars annually)
10,114,767 kwh delivered, enough to supply 18,338 people with clean and reliable power
286,546 population - equivalent of industrial wastewater treated
97%+ organic pollution removed
4,275 tons of hydrogen sulfide emissions avoided
1,774 tons of methane emissions avoided
5,9 Million USD investment into rural area of Indonesia
Our biogas projects not only generate ESG impact but go beyond to demonstrate exceptional technical performance, encompassing energy output, efficiency, and reliability.
Feasibility study to produce natural fertilizers for the surrounding smallholding farmers
First issuance of verified carbon credits
Project in operations
Hamparan Bumi Mas Abadi is a local Indonesian company that produces around 40,000 tonnes of native starch per year from cassava roots locally sourced from approximately 4,000 smallholder farmers. The cassava starch factory has been operational since 2009 and employs almost 100 workers.
Hamparan’s cassava starch factory passed Gree’s ESG safeguard standards:
Gree implements ESG safeguards of the project to strengthen the framework of a project, program or specific action and manage risks concerning the environment, governance and society.