Hamparan Project is one of the largest grid-connected biogas-to-energy project.
LOCATION: Lampung, Sumatra
INSTALLED CAPACITY: 3 MW
PEOPLE IMPACTED: 37,489 people
CO2 EMISSIONS REDUCED: 65,236 tonnes per year
The Hamparan Project is a partnership between GREE and a large tapioca starch manufacturer in Central Lampung, Sumatra, Indonesia. The project treats the wastewater of a food factory producing tapioca flour to generate biogas. The biogas will be purified and valorized as electricity.
Starting in 2020, the Hamparan project is expected to produce 18.081 GWh of electricity exported to the electricity grid of PLN, the State-Owned Enterprise holding a mandate from the government to hold business of electricity for public consumption.
The installed capacity is 3 MW, making it one of the largest biogas-to-energy project in Indonesia to date, exporting green energy to the grid.
Number of potential people reached with clean and reliable energy
GWh per year of electricity supplied to local grid
m3/year of wastewater to be treated, equivalent to the domestic sewage created by 449,922 people
Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) removal
Tonnes of CO2 emissions reduced per year, equivalent to the emission of 35,844 people
Reduction of greenhouse gas emissions of a food factory in Indonesia