Sao Martinho Biomass Power Plant is a 40MW biopower project. It is planned in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The project is currently in permitting stage. It will be developed in single phase. The project construction is likely to commence in 2024 and is expected to enter into commercial operation in January 2025.
|Project Type||Total Capacity (MW)||Active Capacity (MW)||Pipeline Capacity (MW)||Project Status||Project Location||Project Developer||Biopower||40||–||40||Permitting||Sao Paulo, Brazil||Sao Martinho|
The project is being developed and currently owned by Sao Martinho.
The project is expected to generate 210GWh of electricity. The project cost is expected to be around $173m.
Bagasse which is a kind of agricultural by-product will be used as a feedstock to power the project.
The project construction is expected to commence from 2024. Subsequent to that it will enter into commercial operation by January 2025.
About Sao Martinho
Sao Martinho SA (Sao Martinho), is a subsidiary of LJN Participacoes SA, produces and sells ethanol, sugar, electricity and other byproducts. It operates four facilities in Sao Martinho, Iracema, Santa Cruz, and Boa Vista mills. The company also produces and sells ribonucleic acid sodium salt, which is used in pharmaceutical and food industries. The company also generates electricity. Its byproducts yeast, used for animal feed, fusel oil used as a solvent and pure amyl ethanol.. Sao Martinho is headquartered in Pradopolis, Sao Paulo, Brazil.
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