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Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) – Based Development of Grid-Connected Rice Husk-Fuelled Bio-Power Plants in Mekong Delta, Vietnam

Version 1 : Received: 8 April 2021 / Approved: 8 April 2021 / Online: 8 April 2021 (17:33:39 CEST)

How to cite: Song, N.V.; Ha, T.V.; Thuan, T.D.; Hanh, N.V.; Tien, D.V.; Tiep, N.C.; Hien, N.T.M.; Huyen, V.N.; Phuong, N.T.M.; Phuong, P.T.L.; Uan, T.B.; Tu, P.A. Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) – Based Development of Grid-Connected Rice Husk-Fuelled Bio-Power Plants in Mekong Delta, Vietnam. Preprints 2021, 2021040247 (doi: 10.20944/preprints202104.0247.v1). Song, N.V.; Ha, T.V.; Thuan, T.D.; Hanh, N.V.; Tien, D.V.; Tiep, N.C.; Hien, N.T.M.; Huyen, V.N.; Phuong, N.T.M.; Phuong, P.T.L.; Uan, T.B.; Tu, P.A. Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) – Based Development of Grid-Connected Rice Husk-Fuelled Bio-Power Plants in Mekong Delta, Vietnam. Preprints 2021, 2021040247 (doi: 10.20944/preprints202104.0247.v1).

Abstract

The research is designed for developing the pilot small-scale clean development mechanism bundled project activities in Vietnam electricity/ energy sector. Its overall purpose is to assess the potential of rice husk - fuelled bio-power development projects in Mekong delta. Based on estimating the electricity potential of a bundle of rice husk-fuelled bio-power development projects in Mekong delta with the capacity of 11 MW per project, assessing their CO2 emission reductions (CERs) and CER credits, calculating and comparing their financial indices (NPV, B/C, IRR) in two cases: W/O CDM and W/CDM, the research expects to establish a rice husk energy balance flowchart for the whole Mekong delta in the year 2021 and recommend policies to use for bio-power generation the unused rice husk that is dumped and discharged from local paddy milling centers into rivers and canals, as well as, to put forward a safe and environmentally friendly solution to minimize thoroughly the current serious pollution of rivers and canals in Mekong delta with the increasing unused rice husk quantity in the context is where the sea level rise phenomenon is the strongest in the world .

Subject Areas

Rice-husk; power plants; CO2 emission reductions; Clean Development Mechanism

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