Two Japanese companies develop green energy in Cambodia

Two Japanese firms – renewable energy producer Aura Green Energy Co. and solar panel system provider WWB Corp – have teamed up to launch a hybrid power generation business combining biomass and solar energy in Cambodia in 2021, aiming to help secure stable power supply.

The two companies plan to build a plant for power generation using rice husk as fuel in a rice mill near Phnom Penh, along with solar panels.

Under the 400 million yen (3.7 million USD) project, the combined green energy facilities, with a total output capacity of 1,500 kW, will supply power to the rice mill of Angkor Kasekam Roongroeung Co., a major local rice producer, in Kandal province adjacent to the capital, with a plan to sell any surplus to a local power company.

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