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Visiting Officers from Sino-Singapore Tianjin Eco-City (SSTEC) at ecoWise’ Biomass Power Plant

On 16 May 2016, ecoWise welcomed visiting officials from Tianjin, People’s Republic of China (PRC) to ecoWise’s Biomass Tri-generation Power Plant at the iconic Gardens by the Bay.

China’s fourth largest city, Tianjin is one half of SSTEC, which is the second flagship project between Singapore and China, after Suzhou Industrial Park. Led by Mr Zhang Yanfa (张彦发), vice-chairman of SSTEC Administrative Committee, the visiting delegation from various SSTEC Bureaus was received by ecoWise CEO, Mr Lee Thiam Seng for a tour of the power plant and energy resource centre at Gardens by the Bay.

The cohort listened with great interest to Mr Lee, as the latter highlighted the environmentally sustainable concept which the power plant was modelled with. The biomass plant is an innovative solution for sustainability, with the capacity for CO2 reduction of 13,280 tons/annum and a design which derives renewable energy from horticultural and other wood wastes.

Tianjin Eco-city’s vision is to be “A thriving city which is socially harmonious, environmentally-friendly and resource-efficient – a model for sustainable development”. To this end, ecoWise Group, a pioneer in renewable energy and recycling field, welcomes the opportunity to exchange healthy dialogues and sustainable solutions that will improve on both personal and businesses practices.

Mr Zhang Yanfa (first left at middle) and Mr Lee Thiam Seng (middle), in high spirits amidst the discussion of the Biomass Power Plant at Gardens by the Bay.
Mr Zhang Yanfa (foreground), was impressed as Mr Lee Thiam Seng (first from right), explained the process where horticultural and other wood wastes are utilised as biomass fuel to provide renewable energy for daily operations.