Indonesia as tropical forest country is considered as the largest biomass energy source in the world. Potential of biomass energy source is up to 35,6 GW that consist of 54,52% paddy field agriculture waste, 9,7% corn waste, 6,45% cassava waste, 2,29% palm oil waste, 2,3% coconut waste and 24,69 % from tropical forest waste. All those agriculture and forestry waste can be processed to be chips, bio pellets as biomass fuel to substitute fossil fuel.
We produce biomass fuel to be exported to Japan and other countries and also for Indonesia biomass fuel market. We believe by utilizing agriculture and forestry waste can be a new economical renewable energy source and reducing CO2 emission. We are open to cooperate to any parties to develop biomass energy supply chain and even biomass energy power plant.