ROOFTOP SOLAR PANEL AT HO NAI 3 INDUSTRIAL CLUSTERS – PIONEER IN USING CLEAN ENERGY ON PLANTS’ ROOFTOP

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ROOFTOP SOLAR PANEL AT HO NAI 3 INDUSTRIAL CLUSTERS – PIONEER IN USING CLEAN ENERGY ON PLANTS’ ROOFTOP

Ho Nai 3 industrial clusters is located in Ho Nai 3 commune of Dong Nai, an area with a rich history in wood product production. With a great advantage of location, the spacious Ho Nai 3 plant is home to multiple businesses. Currently, the plant produces 150,000 tons of wood pellets I2 and provides 10 for-rent warehouses that suit a variety of production purposes. By the end of 2020, Ho Nai 3 industrial clusters expect to launch a new business with 3MW Rooftop Solar power to provide Renewable Energy not only for production activities but also for the national electricity grid.

 

An overview of Ho Nai 3 industrial clusters

In recent years, along with the warming of the clean energy application in Vietnam, many areas such as solar power farms, wind turbine farms have sprung up more and more. In order to optimize this application, we have created a completely new direction which is the application of clean power energy (solar power energy) for the production of clean materials (wood pellets). This job creates double benefits for the goal of environmental protection in general as well as renewable energy applications in particular.

Due to the success of this model, we have serious plans to focus on developing more models like this in the future. Currently, the clean energy industry is included in our company restructuring plan and is being proceeded the first steps. We also hope that this dual benefit model will be widely applied by many other companies, creating conditions for a “Green & Clean production environment”.

Renewable energy supply duals with sustainable materials production

Wood Pellets Market Report

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The global wood pellet market is estimated to be USD 10.52 billion in 2022, and it is expected to reach USD 16.75 billion by 2027, at a CAGR of 7.28% during 2022-2027 (mentioned by Mordor Intelligence in their academic website: www.mordorintelligence.com). Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the market witnessed reduced demand and shortages of raw materials. However, Asia significantly had a low impact due to the already existing oversupply and suppressed consumption. The primary drivers for the market include increasing demand for wood pellets in clean energy generation, especially in the European region. However, the adoption and increasing deployment of alternative renewable energy sources such as solar photovoltaic, wind energy, and geothermal in various parts of the world is likely to hinder the market growth during the forecast period.

Figure 1: Wood Pellet Market: Growth Rate by Region (Source: Mordor Intelligence)

Along with the development of the Asian market, Vietnam is no exception in capturing this potential wood pellets production market. Specially, up to now, wood pellets and their products have become one of the export products important to Vietnam. In recent years, the amount of wood pellets exports per year reach about 3 million tons, equivalent to USD 350 million in turnover. Korea and Japan are the most important pellets import markets compression of Vietnam, with export volume to 2 markets accounts for over 90% of the total annual export of pellets. This Report provides updates on the situation of wood pellets exports of Vietnam until the end of the first 8 months of 2021 (according to Forest Trend, Oct 2021).

Figure 2: Export turnover of wood pellets of Vietnam (from 2013 to the first 8 months of 2021)

The special thing coming from this industry is the production materials. Many people may find it hard to believe that this high-efficiency and environmentally friendly product is produced by wood waste products. Wood chips, shavings, sawdust, scraps, twigs, etc. are all waste products of the wood industry in Vietnam. They seem to be just waste, but these waste products are expected to bring in from USD 450-500 million in export value when used to produce wood pellets.

Four times honored in the “Top 500 Fastest Growing Enterprises” & one time in the “Top 500 Largest Enterprises” in Vietnam

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Founded in 2005, over 17 years of establishment and development, Uniexport has built up its position as a pioneer in the field of biomass products. The rapid growth is clearly shown through specific numbers: 800,000 tons/year of biomass product; 200,000 tons/year of wood sawdust, shavings and powder; 18,000 cubic meters of plywood along with 7 production plants and 24 warehouses along the country.

Because of that rapid development, in consecutive years from 2017 to 2020, Uniexport is honored to be in the top 500 fastest growing enterprises in Vietnam. Being honored 4 times in a row is a clear proof that Uniexport’s vision and plans are on the right track. More specifically, in 2020, Uniexport entered the Top 50 fastest growing enterprises in Vietnam, a big step that shows that the biomass products industry is gradually asserting its position.

It has not stopped there, in 2021, we are pleased to be honored by the Vietnam Ranking Organization (Vietnam Report – VNR) as well as Vietnamnet Newspaper for the title of Top 500 Largest Enterprises in Vietnam – ranked No. 414. This is an objective recognition for Uniexport’s efforts over the past 17 years. With these registrations, Uniexport gradually recognized its position not only in the country but also abroad.

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Green technology makes buildings more energy-efficient and sustainable. They thus have a lower carbon footprint and a reduced impact on the environment. In new buildings, green building construction plays a role in every phase of development. Every aspect of the structure, including siting, design, construction materials, and the systems used to run and maintain operations are chosen to be as sustainable and energy-efficient as possible.

The top sustainable construction technologies used today in green construction are:

Solar power

In green construction, there is active solar power and the other is passive solar power. Active solar power is the use of functional solar systems that absorb the sun’s radiation to cater for heating and electricity provision. It reduces the need for the use of electricity or gas.

Passive solar power is a design that uses the sun’s rays to warm homes through the strategic placement of windows and the use of heat-absorbing surfaces. The windows let in energy and the heat absorbed reduces the need for warming the house during cold periods such as winter.

Biodegradable materials

The use of biodegradable materials is an eco-friendly means of making construction sustainable. Most traditional construction methods lead to the accumulation of waste products and toxic chemicals, the majority of which take hundreds of years to degrade. Biodegradable materials such as organic paints, therefore, aid to limit the negative impacts on the environment as they easily breakdown without the release of toxins. The use of biodegradable materials for building foundation, walls and insulators are also part of sustainable construction technologies.

Green insulation

Insulation is among the greatest concerns when it comes to construction of buildings and homes. The use of green insulation has proven to be a sustainable construction technology as it eliminates the need for high-end finishes made from non-renewable materials. Green insulation offers a solution by making use of old and used materials such as denim and newspaper.

Jenny Vu – Uniexport

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Green technology makes buildings more energy-efficient and sustainable. They thus have a lower carbon footprint and a reduced impact on the environment. In new buildings, green building construction plays a role in every phase of development. Every aspect of the structure, including siting, design, construction materials, and the systems used to run and maintain operations are chosen to be as sustainable and energy-efficient as possible.

The top sustainable construction technologies used today in green construction are:

Solar power

In green construction, there is active solar power and the other is passive solar power. Active solar power is the use of functional solar systems that absorb the sun’s radiation to cater for heating and electricity provision. It reduces the need for the use of electricity or gas.

Passive solar power is a design that uses the sun’s rays to warm homes through the strategic placement of windows and the use of heat-absorbing surfaces. The windows let in energy and the heat absorbed reduces the need for warming the house during cold periods such as winter.

Biodegradable materials

The use of biodegradable materials is an eco-friendly means of making construction sustainable. Most traditional construction methods lead to the accumulation of waste products and toxic chemicals, the majority of which take hundreds of years to degrade. Biodegradable materials such as organic paints, therefore, aid to limit the negative impacts on the environment as they easily breakdown without the release of toxins. The use of biodegradable materials for building foundation, walls and insulators are also part of sustainable construction technologies.

Green insulation

Insulation is among the greatest concerns when it comes to construction of buildings and homes. The use of green insulation has proven to be a sustainable construction technology as it eliminates the need for high-end finishes made from non-renewable materials. Green insulation offers a solution by making use of old and used materials such as denim and newspaper.

Jenny Vu – Uniexport

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Green technology makes buildings more energy-efficient and sustainable. They thus have a lower carbon footprint and a reduced impact on the environment. In new buildings, green building construction plays a role in every phase of development. Every aspect of the structure, including siting, design, construction materials, and the systems used to run and maintain operations are chosen to be as sustainable and energy-efficient as possible.

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Green technology makes buildings more energy-efficient and sustainable. They thus have a lower carbon footprint and a reduced impact on the environment. In new buildings, green building construction plays a role in every phase of development. Every aspect of the structure, including siting, design, construction materials, and the systems used to run and maintain operations are chosen to be as sustainable and energy-efficient as possible.

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Green technology makes buildings more energy-efficient and sustainable. They thus have a lower carbon footprint and a reduced impact on the environment. In new buildings, green building construction plays a role in every phase of development. Every aspect of the structure, including siting, design, construction materials, and the systems used to run and maintain operations are chosen to be as sustainable and energy-efficient as possible.

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Green technology makes buildings more energy-efficient and sustainable. They thus have a lower carbon footprint and a reduced impact on the environment. In new buildings, green building construction plays a role in every phase of development. Every aspect of the structure, including siting, design, construction materials, and the systems used to run and maintain operations are chosen to be as sustainable and energy-efficient as possible.

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Green technology makes buildings more energy-efficient and sustainable. They thus have a lower carbon footprint and a reduced impact on the environment. In new buildings, green building construction plays a role in every phase of development. Every aspect of the structure, including siting, design, construction materials, and the systems used to run and maintain operations are chosen to be as sustainable and energy-efficient as possible.